The concern has suddenly increased in the current Australia team T20 World Cup. Captain Aaron Finch has a hamstring injury and will be checked on Tuesday. Finch had a strong 63-point run against Ireland on Monday while returning to form.
Australia are keeping their hopes of reaching the semi-finals of the ongoing T20 World Cup alive, but Aaron Finch’s injury has added to their worries. Finch played for a while after hitting, but felt pain running fast and left the field.
Wicketkeeper Matthew Wade replaced Finch as captain and Australia won the match by 42 points after eliminating Ireland for 137. By the way, the Australian side are also more worried as Tim David and Marcus Stoinis have also been injured. Tim David has suffered a hamstring issue in his left leg while the cause of Stoinis’ injury is unknown.
Aaron Finch, 35, has been troubled by hamstring injuries in the past and his injury has left the defending champions quite disappointed. After the win over Ireland, Finch said: “I think there’s tension in the hamstrings. I’ll do a scan tomorrow. I have a history of hamstring injury. It doesn’t look bad at the moment, but we’ll see what comes out of the analysis.
Speaking about the match, the Australia captain said: “It wasn’t easy to hit that wicket. It was slower than expected. The Irish bowlers changed their pace quite a bit and threw a lot of cutters off the start. was therefore difficult to get into the rhythm, but we were happy with the score we scored.