Haseeb Hameed, a contender for England’s Ashes visit to Australia, languished a cracked finger batting over Lancashire against Middlesex at Lord’s on Thursday.
“We can affirm that opener Haseeb Hameed has cracked a finger on his correct hand at Lord’s,” said an announcement on Lancashire’s Twitter channel after close of play in their County Championship coordinate.
The opener resigned hurt in the wake of being struck on the glove by James Harris on the third day of the First Division coordinate.
Hameed’s damage came only two days after Middlesex seamer Toby Roland-Jones, an imaginable contender
The 20-year-old Hameed needed to fly home ahead of schedule from England’s voyage through India toward
the end of last year for an operation on a broken left hand.
He presently can’t seem to add to the three Test tops he won in India following a poor begin to the residential region season.
Thursday saw Hameed continue his innings in an offer to fight off thrashing yet he was forgotten not as
Middlesex finished a 36-run win with England paceman Steven Finn taking 8-79.
Triumph supports the champions’ expectations of holding their place among the world class — a prevail
upon kindred assignment rivals Somerset, who completed sprinters up last season, would guarantee their
“With just three bowlers it was vital we as a whole stood up,” said Finn, an individual from three past
“We adhered to our plans and that paid profits.
“It was a defining moment for the club. We came into it truly requiring the focuses. What’s more, it was about
time I helped out the young men this season. I believed I rocked the bowling alley pretty reliably.”
Britain selectors conforim damage of Hameed;
Britain’s selectors now confront an on edge hold up to find the degree of Hameed’s damage,
with the Ashessquad due reported one week