Renshaw, a key player of the team, was injured in the second day’s play. The ground crew rushed him to the hospital as he suddenly felt pain in his knee. According to current reports, Matthew Renshaw has severe swelling in his knee.
Nothing seems to come together for Australia in the Nagpur Test. The Kangaroo team was bowled out for just 177 runs on the first day. Veteran batsmen Steve Smith and Marnus Labushen also failed to play a big innings. After taking up the batting, India is moving towards a huge score. Renshaw, the key player of that team, was injured in the second day’s game. The ground crew rushed him to the hospital as he suddenly felt pain in his knee. According to current reports, Matthew Renshaw has severe swelling in his knee. Due to this he did not even field. Ashton Agar is fielding in place of Renshaw. If Renshaw’s injury is severe, he may not even be able to bat. In the first innings of this Test, Renshaw was dismissed without opening his account. Jadeja was caught in front of the wickets on the first ball of the bowling. In this match, criticism is coming for taking Renshaw instead of Travis Head and Aston Auger. In addition to this, the former cricketers are angry with the selection of the team saying that he was dismissed on the first ball, after which the pressure increased and the team collapsed to 177 runs.
Rohit’s century.. Team India takes the lead..
Meanwhile, Team India continues to dominate in this match. At the time of Kadapati news, the Indian team scored 182 runs for the loss of 5 wickets. The captain is at the crease with Rohit Sharma (101). Earlier, Ravichandran Ashwin (23), Chhateshwar Pujara (7), Virat Kohli (12), Suryakumar Yadav (8) reached the pavilion with a low score. New spinner Todd Murphy took 4 wickets.
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