India vs Australia: Prithvi Shah ruled out of first test with ankle injury


Share this

Prithvi Shaw injuries have become a massive storm for indian cricket team as he has seriously injured his left ankle while striving to catch a ball from opener Max Bryant. Fell down gracelessly  fell down on the ground with his left ankle bending 90-degrees inwards underneath him, and he stumbled to the ground and over the rope.

Prithvi Shaw who grabbed an impressive score in the first Test against the Windies in October,  Gets Injured While practicing. The medical staffs immediately stepped to help him off the field.

‘The medical team analysing Prithvi Shaw at the moment.” India’s cricket administering body tweeted before.

“He injured his left ankle while striving to take a catch at the boundary ropes. Shaw has been taken to the hospital for scans.”

Prithvi Shaw , who is a right hander, scored a bright note by hitting 69-ball 66 on Thrusday.

“Shaw underwent scans this morning and the reports revealed a lateral ligament injury. Shaw will be unavailable for the First Test against Australia in Adelaide. He will undergo an intensive rehabilitation program to hasten the recovery and be available for selection at the earliest,” BCCI revealed.

For Sports News for latest Cricket Match News Updates


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *