Pataudi Trophy 2021: Ravindra Jadeja visits hospital for precautionary knee scans
Ravindra Jadeja has been taken to a hospital in Leeds for a precautionary scan on his knees following the third Test that India ended up losing to England by an innings and 76 runs.
Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was taken to hospital in Leeds on Saturday following India's loss to England in the third Test for the Pataudi Trophy. The visit to the hospital happens to be for some precautionary scans on his knees.
Meanwhile, clarity on the things would only emerge once the scan results come in. Jadeja had posted a picture on his Instagram story, wearing the patient's attire, and captioned it, "Not a good place to be at."
Notably, Jadeja suffered an injury on Thursday while fielding at the boundary. He clutched his right leg and left the field for some time before coming back on and continuing to bowl.
During the Australia tour earlier this year, Jadeja had suffered a finger injury during the drawn third Test in Sydney. Although he had taken painkiller injections and was padded up to bat at the very end, he did not need to.
However, the injury forced him out of the remaining series, including the home Tests against England. Although the extent of the damage does not seem to be serious, he has four days to recover for the fourth Test at The Oval in London, from Thursday.
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