Curran out for rest of 2019 season
In what comes as terrible news for Surrey and England seamer Tom Curran, he will be missing the rest of the 2019 season as he picked up a side injury which he sustained in the Vitality Blast.
Injuries are really frustrating for any cricket player as it demotivates confidence levels and Curran who still has a lot of cricket left in him to deliver the much-needed amends would be disappointed to have suffered a serious consequence.
Tom Curran’s injury is yet another massive blow for England, with fellow seamers like Mark Wood and Olly Stone also missing the rest of the 2019 season due to injury and the veteran James Anderson is nursing a right calf strain.
The 24-year-old bowler sustained a strain in Surrey’s victory for Sussex at The Oval on Thursday night.
Now he is not thinking much about his future as he presently focusing to regain fitness so as to get ready for England’s upcoming winter tours of New Zealand and South Africa respectively.
It should be noted that Tom Curran was not used in England’s World Cup squad. But he still has a pretty decent record to boast his statistics. He has taken 27 wickets in his 17 one-day internationals so far. His best bowling figures of 5-35 was recorded against Australia in Perth.
The seamer has also played 11 Twenty20 internationals, while he made 2 Test appearances during the 2017-18 Ashes, featuring in Boxing Day Test in Melbourne and then at Sydney.