Published: January 25, 2020 7:26:23 pm
Left-arm pacer Khaleel Ahmed was on Saturday ruled out of India A’s ongoing tour of New Zealand with a wrist injury.
“Khaleel Ahmed fractured the scaphoid bone in his left wrist during India A’s first one-day match against New Zealand A at Lincoln on January 22,” the BCCI stated in a press release.
“His hand has been placed in a plaster cast and the left-arm fast bowler has been ruled out of the remainder of India A’s tour. NCA will manage his rehabilitation,” it added.
The BCCI, nevertheless, didn’t title any alternative for the quick bowler.
Khaleel, who has performed 11 ODIs and 14 T20 Internationals for India, returned with figures of 2 for 46 from his eight overs within the second one-day match in New Zealand. In the collection opener, he had taken 4 wickets for 43 runs in 9.1 overs.
India A are on a tour of New Zealand for a three-match unofficial ODIs collection and two four-day video games.
The unofficial ODI collection is presently locked at 1-1 after India received the primary match by 5 wickets earlier than shedding the subsequent one by 29 runs. The collection decider will probably be performed in Christchurch on Sunday.