Mitchell Marsh ruled out from IPL 2020 heads back home after securing a flight from Dubai

Mitchell Marsh

SunRisers Hyderabad all-rounder Mitchell Marsh suffered an injury during a game against Royal Challengers Bangalore and heads back home to Australia by securing a flight from Dubai as he has been ruled out from the tournament.

Mitchell Marsh

According to reports from which is the official website of Cricket Australia he was told to remain in UAE and go for the treatment as arranging International travel in this pandemic time would not be a safe option. But he managed to board a flight to Australia and once he will reach home he will quarantine himself for 14 days as per the health procedure from WHO.

However, SRH management announced that Jason Holder will join the squad in place of Mitchell Johnson for the rest of the tournament.

Taking about the moment where Marsh was injured it took place in the fifth over of RCB innings when he was delivering his second bowl of his first over where he twisted his ankle and started facing difficulty in waking and then he tried bowling two more deliveries but due to extreme pain he could not finish his over and decided to walk of from the pitch and then his over was completed by Vijay Shankar.

Marsh came out to bat at number 10 when SRH was chasing the target set by RCB and he was in extreme pain so he decided to clear the fences straightway but he was caught in the deep by Virat Kohli and finally, SRH lost the game against RCB by 10 runs. SRH would be looking to make a powerful comeback against KKR when they play against each other today.