Injured Mutumbami ruled out of second T20I against India- The Zimbabwe National cricket player Richmond Mutumbami the wicket-keeper batsman now has been pulled out of the second Twenty20 International against India on Monday 20th June after suffering an injury during the first T20I, which Zimbabwe side has won by two runs.
While Richmond Mutumbami was playing against India on Monday and when he was batting against the bowler Jaydev Unadkat he hit up on the right hip while batting. Hence he was declared as retire hurt. Therefore, the swelling made him difficult for the 27-year-old to stand on his feet, ensuring no further participation in the game was possible.
After the match he was taken to the hospital but after the reports of the x-ray it said that he had not suffered a fracture or dislocation. Now he is undergoing a treatment and in order to make a request swift recovery, he will need crutches to reduce the strain.
As Mutumbami is now injured and cannot play the next T20I, then Graeme Cremer will take over him a decision. The other Zimbabwe player (wicket keeper) Malcolm Waller will now took over the wicket-keeping duties during the first T20I in Mutumbami’s absence but now it is likely happening that Peter Joseph Moor will be replaced the injured 27-year-old Mumbami in the lineup as the gloveman. The batsman Brian Chari is also now taken out of the T20I as he is still taking time to his recovery from a knee injury. He is not yet ready for the selection, but his therapy will continue.
It is likely decided that Wicketkeeper-batsman of the Zimbabwe Peter Moor will take over the injured Richmond Mutumbani.