Australian Star All-Rounder Ellyse Perry Ruled Out Of Women’s T20 World Cup

Australian Star All-Rounder Ellyse Perry Ruled Out Of Women's T20 World Cup
Australian Star All-Rounder Ellyse Perry Ruled Out Of Women's T20 World Cup

Australia Undergo A Great Blow Ahead Of The Semi-Final

Australia, the defending champions suffered a huge blow on Tuesday before the knockout stage of the Women’s T20 World Cup when their star all-rounder Ellyse Perry was ruled out of the remaining tournament.

Since the tournament started in the year 2009, she has played in all the games of Australia. She is the youngest Australian cricketer ever to play international cricket. Also, she has won ICC women’s cricketer of the year two times. She has received popularity in Australia after playing cricket as well as Soccer for the country in World Cups.

During the four-run victory over New Zealand on Monday, she suffered from a right hamstring injury and hobbled off the ground in tears. This injury has closed a place in the semi-finals for the Australians. After this month, Perry has to miss South Africa tour also.

Pip Inge Statement:

The team health specialist Pip Inge informed in a media statement that “Ellyse is suffered from a serious right hamstring injury. And because of this injury, she is unable to play for some period of time”.

Furthermore, he said that “Now we are discovering some other management options and will definitely support Ellyse Perry till her full recovery”.

To get a place in Group A, Australia has to win in the three group games. For Semi-finals, India, England, South Africa have qualified, which is going to be held at the Sydney Cricket Ground. After the final round of group matches on Tuesday, the semi-finals teams are to be decided.

Matthew Mott Invoice:

Australia coach Matthew Mott said that “Ellyse is an important player of our squad and since long she has been playing. We are upset that she won’t be able to finish the tournament”.

Also, he added that “Always she gives her full effort whenever she plays for her country and that happened during the match against New Zealand. She played selflessly in which she involved herself into her batting, bowling as well as fielding performances.

“We are pretty much sure that we have sufficient strength in the squad to cover up her batting along with bowling and know whoever obtains a chance will contribute a solid impact.”

The final Women’s T20 World Cup is scheduled to be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday.


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