England to lose Jason Roy, 78 runs on 44 balls to New Zealand in the 2016 T20 World Cup semi-final

Dubai: Jason Roy was the Man of the Match in the final semi-final of the England Men’s T20 World Cup. He scored 78 runs on 44 balls against New Zealand in 2016. At the same time, he did well in league games after returning from a 50-year World Cup injury. But now Jason Roy has been ruled out of the T20 World Cup due to a calf injury.

He has been replaced in the England squad by James Vince, who along with Liam Dawson is already with the team as a substitute player and was also accepted by the International Cricket Council (ICC) technical team.

Roy suffered this injury in the final Super 12 match against South Africa, in which England suffered their first defeat of the tournament. Previously, he felt pain in his legs as he moved and held his muscles. After this, when he went out to bat, he had to retire hurt by pain in the fifth more. He limped off the field with one hand on the shoulders of Team Physio and Tom Karen.

Roy had said: “It saddens me to be out of the World Cup. It is very difficult to accept this bitter truth. I will be here to support my team and I hope our team will lift the trophy. This one so far. It has been an incredible journey. The players on our team have to believe in themselves and focus on the game. “

Roy further said that his rehabilitation has begun and he is hopeful that he will do his best to prepare before the Caribbean T20 tour early next year.

At the moment, Vince may be included in the England team XI in place of Roy, but there is also the possibility that Sam Billings will be included in the team, who can play as a middle-order hitter. In such a situation, David Malan or Jonny Bairstow may have to open the entrances. It can also happen that David Willey or Tom Karen are included in the team in place of Roy, who can play both bowling and batting at number 7 or 8.

England captain Eoin Morgan said after the game against South Africa that Roy was “incredibly important to the team.” Morgan said: “Roy is a very important player for the team. He hit well for the team at the top of the order with a lot of aggression. We are deeply saddened by his absence from the team and we also pray that his injury does not become more serious. “

England fast pitcher Tymal Mills is also out of the World Cup due to injury

England fast pitcher Tymal Mills has been ruled out for the 202 T20 World Cup. Mills suffered a strained right thigh and was forced to withdraw from the competition. Instead, Reece Topley was included in the team. Topley is currently in the United Arab Emirates with the England team, having been with the team as a substitute. But now Topley is part of the main party.

Mills suffered a strained right thigh during the Super-12 match against Sri Lanka in Sharjah, and scans revealed that his injury was serious, prompting Mills to return to the team after four years in an unwanted manner. I was exhausted.

The injury of both players was regrettable.

Both players can be lost to the England team in the semi-finals. Unfortunately for England, both players were injured in an unfortunate way. Both were not injured by the ball or by hitting a player.

While Jason Roy was injured while running, Mills was only running and only then had he indicated that he would no longer be able to hit. Mills used to diversify England’s bowling line-up as he was a left-arm bowler.

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