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IND vs. AUS: Matt Renshaw’s knee injury has been treated with x-rays

IND vs. AUS: Matt Renshaw's knee injury has been treated with x-rays

After Matthew Renshaw’s knee was taken for X-rays on the second day of the Nagpur Test, Australia’s long list of injuries has grown yet again. The 26-year-old suffered a knee injury on Day Two of play at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium during warm-ups. Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc, and Cameron Green are already unavailable to the visitors for the first Test of the series.

After getting removed for a golden duck in the first innings, Matthew Renshaw had a terrible homecoming to India and now his availability for the remainder of the game is in question. He was transported to Nagpur for an evaluation of his knee. On the second day of play, the southpaw injured his knee prior to the start of play, necessitating a trip to the hospital for an X-ray.

While Renshaw was seen leaving the field after complaining of knee pain, Ashton Agar took the position of the hurt cricket player. Given that he tested positive for Covid during Australia’s most recent series against South Africa, the Australian cricketer’s luck hasn’t been good since rejoining the Test team. He nevertheless kept his spot in the side, keeping Travis Head out of it.

Todd Murphy shines in his debut, and Rohit is a strong leader for the hosts.

Before Todd Murphy defeated Ravichandran Ashwin, the visitors were displeased with the partnership of Rohit Sharma and Ashwin. The rookie has displayed excellent ball control, while Scott Boland has provided strong support by controlling the scoring pace at the other end.

In order to stop India’s momentum in the morning session, the youthful off-spinner, who gained his Test cap from Nathan Lyon, also got rid of the obstinate Cheteshwar Pujara. Rohit has appeared invincible at the crease despite wickets tumbling from the other end because the surface is not deceiving the hitters. In the opening game of the series, he seemed to be in good shape for a memorable Test century.

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