In front of their significant one leftover league game, Sunrisers Hyderabad has lost the services of their allrounder, Vijay Shankar, for the rest of the IPL 2020. India’s all-rounder has been ruled out of the competition because of a grade two injury. He had endured the injury during SRH’s match against Delhi Capitals.
The all-rounder had pulled his hamstring while at the same time bowling his second over against DC. He didn’t get an opportunity to bat as SRH had accumulated 219 runs while losing only two wickets. With the ball, he could simply bowl 1.5 overs prior to strolling off the field. Commander David Warner needed to then bowl the leftover one ball of the over.
SRH had another injury concern too during that game as Wriddhiman Saha was additionally experiencing a groin injury and had not kept the wickets. In his nonappearance, Srivats Goswami needed to keep the wickets. Following the game, Warner had affirmed the two wounds however were idealistic about their return. Warner said that shockingly, Saha got a little groin niggle however ideally, it isn’t really awful. Shankar has a hamstring issue also.
According to TOI, Vijay Shankar hasn’t recovered from the hamstring injury and will be no longer be taking part in IPL 2020. To the extent his exhibition in the continuous rivalry is concerned, he played 7 games and scored 97 runs including the game dominating fifty against Rajasthan Royals. He additionally got four wickets with his medium bowling.
Injuries are troubling SRH
The progressing season has been a forgettable one for SRH as far as injuries are concerned. Prior to the season, they had lost the administrations of their pace bowling head Bhuvneshwar Kumar and all-rounder Mitchell Marsh. The Hyderabad-based team later roped in Prithvi Raj Yarra and Jason Holder to supplant Bhuvneshwar and Marsh individually.
SRH is as of now at the 5th spot in the IPL 2020 points table. They have got 6 wins from 13 matches. They are still in the playoffs race and could make it to the following round on the off chance that they win their remaining match and other outcomes go their direction. The David Warner-drove side will be in action on Tuesday when they take on Mumbai Indians.