Australian quick bowler Jhye Richardson will head home from the continuous voyage through the UAE in the wake of separating his shoulder, authorities stated, as he faces a fight to be fit for the up and coming World Cup in England and Wales.
Richardson took 2-16 in the second ODI in Sharjah however fell ponderously on his bowling arm and left the field in the eleventh over.
“Lamentably it’s a disengaged shoulder for Jhye Richardson,” Cricket Australia tweeted.
The overseeing body included its site that the 22-year-old would fly back to Perth on Monday and experience sweeps to survey the harm.
“He’s clearly really broken yet he’s endeavoring to remain playful,” partner Nathan Lyon told columnists.
“It’s exceptionally disillusioning, particularly off the back of the mid year that Jhye’s had.
“The manner in which he’s been performing has been quite noteworthy. Fingers crossed he can be fit for the World Cup and be in the determination (blend) there.”
With World Cup approaching around the bend, losing another snappy bowler is a major blow for Australia with Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood additionally nursing wounds.