Matt Henry’s hamstring injury update

Matt Henry’s hamstring injury update ,will go under MRI scan to check the seriousness of injury.

Matt Henry's hamstring injury update
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New Zealand’s cricket team had a tough time with injuries during their match against South Africa in Pune. Their star fast bowler, Matt Henry, had to leave the game early due to a hamstring injury. He felt tightness in his right hamstring during the sixth over and had to consult the team’s physio before leaving the field. Despite this, he did come back to bat towards the end of the innings.

Adding to their worries, another player, James Neesham, hurt his right wrist after being hit by the ball. Although it wasn’t a break, it forced him down the batting order, and he ended up with a disappointing score. With other players like Mark Chapman and Kane Williamson also dealing with injuries, the team was left with only 11 fit players for the game.

The team’s hopes are now on Lockie Ferguson, who underwent scans for his right Achilles, but luckily, there was no serious damage found. The team is hopeful that he’ll be ready for the next game.

New Zealand will face Pakistan in their next game on November 4 at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium. They’ll then wrap up their league campaign with a match against Sri Lanka on November 9 at the same venue.

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