Sri Lanka, who suffered a crushing defeat in the second T20 match against hosts India, suffered another major setback. An important player of this team, headed by Lasith Malinga, has been ruled out of the series due to injury. Sri Lanka’s team has lost 0-1 in the three-match series. For him, the injury to the player is a double blow. The third T20 match between India and Sri Lanka will be played in Pune on Friday.

Sri Lankan fast bowler Isuru Udana is out of the team due to injury. This information was given by Sri Lankan head coach Mickey Arthur. He made it clear that Udana will not play the third T20 match. Mickey Arthur said, ” I am not a doctor, but I have seen him in the dressing room, he is in a lot of pain. What the diagnosis is, I don’t really know. I can just hope we can get him for the West Indies series. I think even that could be a push, he’s got something in the back, I really wish the best for him,”.

Isuru Udana was in Sri Lanka’s playing eleven in the second T20 match played against India in Indore. He also did batting. But when the Sri Lankan team came out to bowl, Uddana got hurt during the warm-up. He has pain in his waist and back. 31-year-old Isuru Udana is a specialist fast bowler for Sri Lanka in ODI and T20 matches. He can also do useful batting in the lower order.

Sri Lanka had to face defeat in the second T20 match. Captain Lasith Malinga also considered Uddana’s injury as one of the reasons for this defeat. He said after the match, “Our fast bowler Isuru Udana got injured just before the start of the game. For this reason, he could not bowl. He is our main bowler. In such a situation, they were missing. His presence could have made a difference. ”Isuru Udana has played 29 T20 and 15 ODIs so far.

Earlier, India defeated Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the second T20 match. Srilanka batting first in the match. They scored 142 runs for nine wickets in the prescribed 20 overs. The Indian team won the match by scoring 144 runs for three wickets with 15 balls left. Fast bowler Navdeep Saini was adjudged Man of the Match. He took two wickets for just 18 runs in the spell of 4 overs.