New Zealand fast bowler Lockie Ferguson was placed below 24-hour isolation after he reported a sore throat after the primary ODI in opposition to Australia in Sydney Cricket Ground, a report from New Zealand Herald mentioned. In an announcement to the Kiwi newspaper, the New Zealand Cricket Board mentioned: “In accordance with recommended health protocols, Lockie Ferguson has been placed in isolation at the team hotel for the next 24hrs after reporting a sore throat at the end of the first ODI.”
The ODI match between the 2 groups was placed amid empty stands because the spectators weren’t allowed to be at SCG as a precautionary measure to include the unfold of coronavirus pandemic. As per an announcement from NZC, Ferguson was examined for coronavirus and can be part of the gamers solely after he’s cleared to take action.
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“Once the Test results are received and diagnosed, his return to the team can be determined,” it mentioned.
Australia crushed New Zealand by 71 runs in the primary in the future worldwide at an empty Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday. After New Zealand earlier saved the house aspect to 258 for seven, the Australian bowling assault dominated the Kiwi batsmen to dismiss the guests for 187 in the 41st over. Cricket Australia barred spectators from the match in response to the coronavirus pandemic, resulting in the unusual sight of gamers acknowledging milestones to empty grandstands.
It was additionally revealed that Australian fast bowler Kane Richardson was in quarantine early in the day and had been examined for the virus after feeling unwell. However, he was subsequently cleared of the virus and returned to the bottom to rejoin his teammates.
(With company inputs)