India vs West Indies: Shardual Thakur’s dream start with injury, leaves field after 10 balls in Debut Test.


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Shardul Thakur’s awaited Test debut turned into a bad dream as the India speedster was compelled to leave the field because of a crotch strain in the wake of rocking the bowling alley just 10 conveyances on the first day of the second Test against West Indies in Hyderabad on Friday, 12 October.
After bowling the fourth delivery of the fourth over, which the West Indian opener Kieran Powell guided it past in reverse point, Thakur apparently was having significant torment as he began tottering.
Once physio Patrick Farhart came inside the ground, the pacer was seen demonstrating what resembled a crotch strain. He at that point left the field following two or three minutes of consideration with Captain Virat Kohli and the physio.
Ravichandran Ashwin finished Thakur’s over by knocking down some pins the last two conveyances. The degree of Thakur’s damage and his further investment in the match is yet to be determined.
This is the second time that the 26-year-old crushed down in spirit to-back universal matches. In September, Thakur was sent home from the Asia Cup in the wake of whining hip damage following the Hong Kong diversion.
Nonetheless, he was before long back in real life amid Vijay Hazare Trophy group stage for Mumbai yet there were inquiries regarding his wellness status.
Thakur, who originally got into the Test squad in 2016 in West Indies, has been a back-up pacer for over two years previously he supplanted Mohammed Shami in the second Test that began on Friday.
Thakur was a piece of the Indian squad amid the five-Test series in England yet did not play a single match.


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