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Steve Smith confesses that he suffered a wrist injury during the Lord’s Test

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After scoring a match-winning 110 in the first innings, the 34-year-old tore a tendon in his left wrist during the second Test at Lord’s.

Premier Australian batter Steve Smith has stated that he was out for the majority of the Ashes series due to a wrist injury sustained during the Lord’s Test.

After scoring a match-winning 110 in the first innings, the 34-year-old tore a tendon in his left wrist during the second Test at Lord’s.

“It was at Lord’s. I’m not sure when it happened, but it was in the field. “It wasn’t until that night that I was like, ‘Geez, what have I done here, it’s a little sore,'” Smith told ‘Fox Cricket’.

“I played the following game and then had a cortisone shot before going to Old Trafford.” When I arrived back to Australia, I was like, ‘Still not quite right. I still can’t perform a lot of things correctly’.

“I underwent another scan. There was a little tear in the tendon, among other things.” Australia appeared to be on track to win the Ashes series in England for the first time since 2001 after winning the first two Tests. The hosts, though, mounted an incredible comeback to draw the rubber match.

Despite winning the Ashes, Smith admitted that “overall it was a bit disappointing.” “I thought we had all the tools in the bag to go ever there and win, and we weren’t content with drawing the series again.” We obviously did that the last time.”

“We wanted to win and go one better, and we weren’t able to do that.”

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