England batsman Haseeb Hameed’s India debate finished Tuesday with skipper Alastair Cook confirming he will lapse home to have medicine on his harmed hand.
Hameed — who done his entrance in a initial Test in Rajkot — was strike on his left palm by a rising smoothness from Indian seamer Umesh Yadav in a initial innings during Mohali.
But a teen played by a third Test with a damaged palm — yet his intrepid bid of 59 not out in England’s second letter could not save a Test for a visitors, who now route 2-0 in a five-match series.
“He has got a damaged hand, needs a image within it to repair it. He’s out for a whole tour, he is going home. A deputy would be called,” Cook told reporters after a team’s eight-wicket loss.
Hameed, nicknamed “Baby Boycott” for his unflappable impression of play, came to bat during series 8 on a fourth day and put in a clever opening during his 156-ball stay.
“To play like that (with an injury), that was a really special knock. Of march he devised a impression to not move a harmed finger in play though (he) would have felt a vibrations,” pronounced Cook.
“It’s apparently detrimental for a youngster who tender us all with his technique and talent and apparently now his aplomb and integrity when he’s personification for England. He’ll do anything to get out there.”
The Lancashire-born actor won a hearts of many fans during his brief India stay with Indian skipper Virat Kohli terming him “a destiny England star”.
“Wish him a rapid recovery, showed good impression for a 19-year-old during this level,” Kohli said.
Hameed put on 41 runs for a final wicket with James Anderson before a Indian fielders ran out a series 11 batsman.
“(He) showed good majority to play with a tail like that… Great awaiting for England and really going to be a destiny star in all forms if (he) persists with his skill,” pronounced Kohli.
The dual teams now have a bit of mangle before a movement shifts to Mumbai for a fourth Test starting Dec 8.