India and Australia are preparing for the Test series starting on December 6, both teams are preparing for the Zero-Shores. In this series, rhetoric has been going on very long before issues such as aggression, sledding, etc.
There is no good news for India before the series of four Tests. On the third day of the practice match against Cricket Australia XI on the Sydney Ground, opener Prithvi Shaw has been seriously injured while filing. Due to which he is out of the first Test.
Australian batsman Max Bryant had shot a high shot, which he put in full force to hide and tried to keep himself inside the boundary line. During this, he fell down. The 19-year-old Prithvi, who played an impressive 66-ball innings, was injured in an attempt to catch a catch at deep midwicket boundary while fielding and he got hurt in his left ankle.
With the support of Team Fizio Patrick Farhat and another, he was taken to the changing room. After this, the earth that was moaning with pain was taken to the hospital for a scan. The BCCI tweeted that the medical team is currently evaluating the injury of Prithvi Shaw. India scored 358 runs in their first innings of the practice match. Apart from Prithvi (66), Captain Virat Kohli (64), Cheteshwar Pujara (54), Ajinkya Rahane (56) and Hanuma Vihari (53) added half-centuries.