Indian cricket staff opener Shikhar Dhawan ended up being taken for an X-ray on Sunday after struggling a neck damage throughout the 3rd and determining ODI being played against Australia.
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In a statement granted because of the BCCI, it had been determined that their involvement when you look at the match should be made after evaluating their damage. Dhawan didn’t land for the orifice. KL Rahul along with Rohit Sharma landed in the crease for the orifice.
Update: Shikhar Dhawan went for an X-Ray. A call on him becoming readily available for the overall game are going to be taken when he could be back & considered #TeamIndia
– BCCI (@BCCI) January 19, 2020
In the fifth over of this Australian innings, Dhawan had been fielding when you look at the address location and then he hopped to prevent Aaron Finch's shot which injured their remaining neck. <! –
The BCCI stated, 'Shikhar Dhawan ended up being taken for an X-ray. A choice on their involvement when you look at the match should be taken after their return. After their exit, Yuzvendra Chahal had been fielding in the area.
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The 34-year-old Shikhar had been from the surface during fielding after being struck in the bouncer rib by Australian quick bowler Pat Cummins while batting when you look at the 2nd ODI.
Australia won the toss in Bengaluru ODI and scored 286 for 9 wickets in 50 overs. In the three-match series, both groups are 1-1.