Chennai Super Kings’ lead trainer Stephen Fleming has shared a report on Ambati Rayudu’s arm hurting during the game against Mumbai Indians on Sunday, September 19 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
Ambati Rayudu copped a pass on his elbow over a horrendous short conveyance from quick bowler Adam Milne in the second over of CSK’s innings.
Before long, he fell on the ground with genuine agony as his left elbow puffed up. The physio treated him, however Ambati Rayudu stressed to clutch his bat and eventually, needed to resign hurt on a duck. Subsequent to choosing for bat first, the Super Kings lost their abroad enrols Faf du Plessis and Moeen Ali for ducks. Rayudu’s excuse implied that CSK were successfully three down.
Nonetheless, the 35-year-old right-hander has figured out how to avoid a genuine physical issue and has gotten away with a “terrible injury”, Fleming affirmed.
“Rayudu’s x-ray was clear. It’s just a bad bruise at this stage. We thought it could have been broken, but it is not,” said by Fleming in the post match presentation as reported by Cricbuzz
“Rayudu was smiling, so he hasn’t broken his arm. He has four days now and that should help him,”said by Dhoni in the post match presentation when asked about Rayudu’s condition.
Three-time IPL champions CSK are next booked to clash with Royal Challengers Bangalore on Friday, September 24 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. It is not yet clear if Rayudu can recuperate before the critical game.
Meanwhile, CSK have regained their best position in the focuses table in the wake of beating MI by 20 runs in Match No.30 of the 2021 IPL. After successfully being reduced to 24 for five in the power-play, Ruturaj Gaikwad’s unbeaten 58-ball 88 aided the Super Kings post 156 on the board.
He got the help from Ravindra Jadeja and Dwayne Bravo, who both scored in their 20s. Bravo additionally featured with the ball as he got back with three wickets for 25 runs. Deepak Chahar additionally got two essential wickets for 19 runs.