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Shreyas Iyer ruled out of ODI series, could miss IPL 2021 1st half due to injury

Fans react after Shreyas Iyer dislocates his shoulder in the first ODI match and also likely to miss the first half of the IPL 2021.

In the first ODI between India and England, the Indian star batsman and the captain of the Delhi Capitals Shreyas Iyer dislocated his shoulder while fielding for his side. He was right away taken off the field and following some medical checkups and scans it has been confirmed that he has been ruled out from the rest of the series and likely to miss the first half of the IPL 2021 as well.

Shreyas Iyer has been leading the Delhi Capitals from the front and under his captaincy, the team made it to the playoffs last year. However, for the rest of the series, it is highly certain that Suryakumar Yadav or Rishabh Pant would take his spot but for the Indian Premier League which would be taking place in April Shreyas Iyer’s absences can cost a lot. Soon after the news came out fans have started reacting to his miserable injury and also started discussing the possible options Delhi Capitals have to lead their side.

Have a look:

It is really disheartening, get well soon champ!

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