Tuesday, April 16

India’s net bowler Ishan Porel was ruled out of the Australia tour following a hamstring injury.

Ishan Porrell
Ishan Porel. (Photo by Kai Schauer-ICC / ICC via Getty Image)

The Indian cricket team has been somewhat spoiled in the ongoing three-match ODI series against Australia. It has been reported that Ishan Porel, India’s extra fast bowling option, has returned to India after sustaining a hamstring injury during the net session. The promising marine farmers of Bengal will resettle at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru.

It is not good news for the Indian team that it is believed that now only a pure fast bowling option Karthik Tyagi is left. Originally, the Board of Control for Cricket in India had Tyagi, Ishaan, Kamlesh Nagerkoti and T. Natarajan As net bowlers for the Australian tour.

However, Nagerkoti was not in flight with the Indian team for Sydney, as his body required workload management, while Natarajan was named in the main ODI and T20I squad, after which it was speculated that Navdeep Saini is not fully fit to take the field. . Now, only Karthik Tyagi is left to help the batsmen during the net sessions.

A BCCI official gives an update on Ishan Porel’s injury

Disclosing news of Porel’s return to India, a BCCI official was quoted by the Times of India as saying on the terms of anonymity, “Ishan Porel has been hurt and is coming back to India for the last few days. It is a hamstring injury but can only be assessed when he goes to the NCA for evaluation. “

“If it is a Grade 1 tear, then there is every chance that Porel will miss the Mushtaq Ali Trophy which is not very good news for Bengal. We will now have to wait and see how his rehabilitation takes place in Bengaluru. Hopefully he does not stay out for very long, ”the source said.

Ishan’s cricketing career was dominated by injuries as he took a long break from the game after the game. U19 World Cup In 2018 but there was a good comeback during the last home season. Porrell was part of Kings XI Punjab in just the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), but was not in a single game.

However, he was selected to tour Australia after his brilliant performances in red ball cricket in Ranji and the Duleep Trophy, as well as an impressive tour to New Zealand last season.