Chris Lynn leaves the field with a shoulder injury during the tri-series final
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Chris Lynn injured once again during the T20 Tri-nation series final

Credit. Cricket Australia

Australia’s power hitter Chris Lynn’s relationship with injuries continues. Lyn dislocated his shoulder during Australia’s Twenty20 tri-series final against New Zealand.

Further, Lynn landed awkwardly on his shoulder midway through the New Zealand innings. He had to leave the field clutching his right arm in pain. in the hands of trainers.

Fielding at mid-wicket, Lynn sprinted to his left to stop a ball and reached across his body with his right arm before appearing to jar it on the turf.

Chris Lynn injured once again during the T20 Tri-nation series final
Credit: Cricket Australia

Cricket Australia later confirmed that Lynn had popped his right shoulder out. However, the medical staffs were able to put it back in place, he will remain out of action for the remainder of the innings.

Later, Lynn was sent to scan and a call on his batting will take place shortly.

Meanwhile, Lynn has made a conscious effort not to dive this summer following a series of crippling shoulder injuries. His left shoulder has been operated on three times.

Chris Lynn injured once again during the T20 Tri-nation series final
Australia  (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)

Scars of injury have not got off my mind:

Previously, Lynn admitted that he doesn’t want o think about injuries. However, he admitted not having another setback.

I don’t know. I try not to think about it, to be honest,” said Lynn to cricket.com.au. “It’s something that’s played on my mind for about four years. let’s go one step at a time – I want to dive, there’s no doubt about that, I want to do well and contribute,” he added.

But at the moment, I don’t want to have another setback because I feel like I’m making good ground,” Lynn concluded.

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Ankush Das

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