IPL 2023: Uncapped player’s injury increases tension of LSG, coach Andy Flower told big blow


LSG’s tension increased due to uncapped player’s injury
Coach Andy Flower told a big blow

New Delhi. Terming the injury to Mohsin Khan as a big blow for the team, Lucknow Super Giants head coach Andy Flower on Thursday said that he has “removed the young fast bowler from selection”. has been thrown out. Flower said that if this left-arm bowler is successful in making a comeback in the current season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), then it will be like a ‘bonus’ for the team. Mohsin had performed brilliantly for his team in the first season of IPL last year. He will not be able to play most of the matches of the 2023 season due to a shoulder injury. Flower said, “His absence is a blow, there is no doubt about it. We are hoping that he can make a comeback in the last matches of the tournament.

“I had largely ruled him out as a selection option, and if he is fit during the tournament, I see it as a bonus. But I’m certainly not expecting it.” When Flower was asked whether Mohsin’s absence would make the team weak in terms of bowling the last over. He said, “It will be known soon whether we are weak in the last overs or the middle overs. I don’t think so though. We don’t have to worry too much about what others think, our job is to play well on the field.

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He said, “Our target is clearly to win this competition. I think the first big step in that direction is to reach the playoffs. We want to start it by performing well in the Delhi Capitals match on Sunday. He said, “We are playing on our home ground for the first time and are very excited about it. Our first target is to do well in the opening match.

Tags: Andy Flowers, IPL 2023, Lucknow Super Giants, mohsin khan

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