VIDEO: 17.5 crore all-rounder reached the hospital after being injured by a 145 km speed ball, difficult to get into the field


Australia took a big lead in the second test match
South African team has lost the first test

new Delhi. Star all-rounder Cameron Green was injured on the second day of the Boxing Day Test between Australia and South Africa at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) and had to be taken to the hospital. . Green was bought by Mumbai Indians in the IPL mini auction for a whopping amount of Rs 17.5 crore after a fierce bidding war. He is the second most expensive player in the league.

Cameron Green came out to bat on the second day of the Test match. Fast bowler Enrique Norkia was throwing the 85th over of South Africa’s innings. In this over, Norkia bowled a ball at a speed of 145 km/h which hit Green’s gloves. When the gloves of the all-rounder, who was moaning in pain, were removed, blood was seen coming out of the finger. Immediately he was declared retired hurt and taken to the hospital from the field.

According to the Australian media, Green’s injury will be scanned in the hospital. Looking at the all-rounder’s injury, it is being said that he may not take the field again in this test. Earlier, Australian pacer Mitchell Starc was also injured. His finger was injured while trying to take a catch on the first day of the Test. After this Stark could not bowl. His playing in the third Test to be played in Sydney from January 4 is doubtful.

Tags: Australia, Boxing Day Test, Cameron Green, david warner, south africa

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