India vs England, 2nd Test: Stuart Broad out of Test series, got bad news in hospital

Lords, 11/8: Before the Lord’s Test (India vs England, 2nd Test), England has received very bad news. England fast bowler Stuart Broad has been ruled out of the entire Test series. Stuart Broad was injured during practice on Tuesday. Broad’s calf muscles were strained. On Wednesday, Broad was taken to hospital for a scan, where his injury was found to be serious. Because of this, Broad is now out of the entire Test series. Let us tell you that there are four more Test matches to be played between India and England. The first test match in Nottingham was a draw.



Broad, who has played 149 Tests for England, has taken 524 wickets for England. However, Stuart Broad could not do anything special in the Nottingham Test. He did not get any wicket in the first innings and in the second innings he took the wicket of KL Rahul. However, the experience of Stuart Broad would have been useful to England throughout the series. Let us tell you that as a backup of Stuart Broad, England has replaced fast bowler Saqib Mahmood in their team, who recently performed well in the ODI series against Pakistan.


Stuart Broad’s record at Lord’s is excellent

Let us tell you that Stuart Broad’s exit for England is also a big blow because this fast bowler’s record at Lord’s was excellent. Broad took 15 wickets in 3 matches against India at this ground. At the same time, he has taken 95 wickets in 24 Test matches played at Lord’s. Let us tell you that apart from Broad, veteran fast bowler James Anderson is also not scheduled to play at Lord’s. Anderson also has a problem with muscle strain.


Let us tell you that before the Lord’s Test, England batsman Bairstow himself has admitted that the absence of Broad and Anderson can be heavy on his team. Bairstow said, ‘It is a big loss for the team. Together they have taken more than 1000 wickets. But it is also an opportunity for others like it happened against Pakistan recently. ‘ Bairstow said, ‘Injury and illness keep going. You have to adjust within the team. We are playing professional cricket

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