IPL 2020: Ravichandran Ashwin injures shoulder, could be out of tournament

Updated: 21 September, 2020 07:13 IST | PTI | Dubai

Writhing in pain, Ashwin's jersey became a temporary sling as he left the field along with Capitals' physio Patrick Farhard. A shoulder dislocation could rule Ashwin out of tournament. He had played for Kings XI Punjab last season

Ravichandran Ashwin
Ravichandran Ashwin

Senior India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin endured dream and nightmare in a space of six deliveries as he scalped two batsmen and then suffered a suspected shoulder dislocation during Delhi Capitals' IPL game against KXIP on Sunday.

Brought in during the final Powerplay over, Ashwin first got Karun Nair and then bowled Nicholas Pooran through the gate but a needless dive to stop a single off the last delivery saw him land awkwardly on his left arm with shoulder taking the jerk.

Writhing in pain, Ashwin's jersey became a temporary sling as he left the field along with Capitals' physio Patrick Farhard. A shoulder dislocation could rule Ashwin out of tournament. He had played for Kings XI Punjab last season.

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First Published: 21 September, 2020 07:05 IST

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