Jasprit Bumrah Injury.
With Jasprit Bumrah injury ruling him out of the T20 World Cup, India’s World Cup campaign has taken a severe setback.
The fast bowler’s injury was originally reported immediately before the start of India’s T20I series against South Africa on September 28.
Bumrah was transported urgently from Thiruvananthapuram, the site of the opening game, to Bengaluru, home of the National Cricket Academy, where he was examined by the BCCI medical staff.
BCCI official Statement.
Bumrah was officially ruled out of the World Cup on Monday by the board “after a thorough evaluation and in collaboration with the specialists.
Bumrah missed the Asia Cup in August and September due to a stress response in his back, but after four weeks of recovery, he was selected for the ensuing home T20I series against Australia and South Africa.
He bowled 1/23 and 0/50 in the second and third T20Is against Australia on September 23 and 25, respectively, before missing the first match against South Africa on September 28.
Bumrah medical review.
The BCCI posted on Twitter that Jasprit Bumrah had complained of back pain during the team’s practise session on Tuesday.
Bumrah’s stress reaction that led him to withdraw from the Asia Cup was on the left side of his lower back, the most recent injury is on the right side and is not a repeat of the earlier problem.