England cricket team is already red-faced when they lost the third test match at Mohali losing second in a row. The team was just preparing their plans for the next match which will happen in Mumbai and the latest news that ruined their plans was that Chris Woakes suffered a thumb crack during the match with team India. England all rounder Chris Woakes has saved his team in many tense situations. Moreover, his accurate line and length have proved to be a stronger section for England cricket team. His batting and pace bowling have helped England to win many matches.
Injury during the Mohali test match
The 27-year cricketer was hit on the right thumb by a bouncer from Mohammad Shami, which also dismissed him on the fourth day of the match. England all rounder Chris Woakes was diagnosed with a tiny crack as per the team management. He went for an X-ray after the match ended. Earlier also he was not included in the team, during the second test match which was held at Vishakhapatnam due to a sore knee. England management, however, is hopeful that their star player will recover quickly and expects that he gets fit in time for the fourth test in Mumbai on December 8.
Haseeb Hameed Joins the list
The injury list doesn’t end here, after the England all rounder Chris Woakes injury pushed the team backward, their star player of the series Haseeb Hameed will no longer be playing. He is said to be returning back to England for an operation of his little finger. Haseeb sustained that injury during the second test match in Mohali. The replacement for Hameed will be announced soon.
Team Management concerned about England all rounder Chris Woakes
On another hand, management is keeping their fingers crossed for England all rounder Chris Woakes. The team really needs him, because he is one such player who responds to the distress call. Let’s hope England dressing room gets some happy news after their on-field defeat.