Adam Milne could be out of IPL: Nothing good has happened so far in IPL 2022 for the 4-time IPL champion Chennai Super Kings. The team is losing matches continuously and the biggest match winner of T, Deepak Chahar has already been out of season 15. The tension for CSK has not stopped here, according to reports, another deadly CSK bowler may be out of this season. Adam Milne is playing for Chennai Super Kings for the first time and was injured in the first match, now he can be out of this season as well.
CSK may face problems
New Zealand fast bowler Adam Milne is part of the Chennai Super Kings team in the 15th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), but now Adam Milne is in danger of being out of the IPL. Adam Milne, who was injured in the very first match of Chennai, is battling a hamstring injury and he may still take 2 weeks to recover. According to media reports, they may take more time than this. A CSK official told Insight Sport on Milne’s fitness, “Milne is recovering now, but we don’t know when he will be fit.” It may take 1 or 2 weeks.
Adam Milne’s performance in IPL
Adam Milne has also played in the team of Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore before this. Adam Milne has played a total of 10 matches so far in the IPL, in which he has taken 7 wickets at an economy of 9.48. Adam Milne first became a part of IPL in 2016. This time Chennai Super Kings bought Adam Milne for Rs 1.90 crore, but now the tension has increased for the team.
CSK waiting for second win
The poor performance of Chennai Super Kings continues in IPL 2022. Chennai started this season by losing 4 consecutive matches, then in the last match the team registered its first victory, but in this match, Chennai Super Kings have once again flopped. Chennai Super Kings This season, Chennai Super Kings is at number 9 after losing 5 matches out of 6 matches. This year the team is commanded by Ravindra Jadeja and the team is continuously losing matches under his captaincy. CSK had to face defeat by 3 wickets in the match played against Gujarat Titans.