Australian cricket team captain Tim Pain has revealed that he and Peter Siddle played with injuries in final test match of Ashes.
According to details Tim Pain has revealed that he and Peter Siddle suffered injuries in final test match but kept playing. Paine scored 1 in 1st innings of the match whereas he scored 21 in 2nd innings with a broken thumb. “My thumb was broken towards the end of that Test but it is not displaced, so I should be right to get back into training early,” Australian Skipper said as quoted by cricket.com.au.
On the other hand, Injured Peter Siddle did is been criticized for not taking wickets in final test match of Ashes series. Australian Captain praising Peter Siddle by calling him warrior. “He has copped a bit of criticism for not bowling as well as he we know he can, but the team knows just how heroic he was. A lot of other people wouldn’t have bowled again in the match, but he pushed on because he didn’t want to leave Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins to do extra work. He’s a warrior, Sidds, and we love him deeply for that.” Paine was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.
Reportedly, England won the final test match of Ashes by 135 runs and level the 5 match series with 2-2.