Sunrisers Hyderabad have reported Windies Test captain Jason Holder as a trade for Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh after the later was administered out of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020.
Swamp endured a lower leg injury during Sunrisers Hyderabad mission opener against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Monday.
Bog had gotten the injury while blowing away the fifth of the match and couldn’t finish the over as he turned his lower leg in the subsequent conveyance while preventing a drive from his comrade and captain Aaron Finch. He, nonetheless, figured out how to bowl two additional balls before pulling out of the over.
He later, fearlessly, came out to bat at number 10 in Sunrisers Hyderabad pursuit however it was clear that he was thinking that its even hard to stand. Sunrisers Hyderabad lost the game by 10 runs.
“It appears to be a genuine physical issue. I don’t know whether he will have the option to contend in any of the matches,” a group source told PTI after the match.
Eminently, this is the second time over the most recent five years that Marsh has needed to prematurely end the competition because of injury – in 2017, a shoulder injury cost him the whole IPL season for the Rising Pune Supergiants.
Bog was roped in by Sunrisers Hyderabad at his base cost of INR 2 crore and in their opener, he was picked as the best option all-rounder in front of additional center request batsman Kane Williamson and much-supported Mohammad Nabi.
Then, Marsh’s substitution Holder has played only 11 IPL matches in his profession in which he has picked five wickets and scored 38 runs.