Chris Lynn the right-handed swashbuckling Australian batsmen will miss the Pakistan Super League this season due to injury.
Lynn got himself injured today during the final game of the T20 internationals triangular series which involved Australia, England, and Newzealand.
The injury happened when in the ninth over of the game against NewZealand who were batting first, already hurt my neck and shoulder issues for the past two seasons of the Big Bash League, Lynn fell very badly during the kiwi”s innings as he made an effort to save the single with a stretching dive while fielding inside the thirty yard circle at mid-wicket.
He sprinted to his left side before flinging himself and attempting to stop the ball with his right arm, appearing to jar his shoulder on the turf.
The Australian medical staff quickly came in and looked after Lynn before arriving at the decision to take him off the field. Which was a really sad moment.
Chris Lynn has been the most unfortunate player in the recent times for being on the wrong side of injuries. He has been regularly missing cricket for various injuries especially his neck and shoulders. He dislocated the shoulder today as well.
Speaking on his injury, Lynn said: “I’m disappointed to not go to the Pakistan Super League as planned, but I’ll now focus on rehabilitation and working as hard as I can, with the hope to still take part in the Indian Premier League later this year.”
Now that Lynn will definitely miss the upcoming Pakistan Super League season, he”ll hope that the dislocation doesn”t ensure he end up missing this year”s Indian Premier League as well for Kolkata Knight Riders a team for which he is a crucial member.
We from Cricfit on behalf of all cricket lovers wish Chris Lynn a speedy recovery specially for the IPL and hope he has a smashing return with the bat.