New Zealand all-rounder Michael Bracewell has been ruled out of the ODI World Cup this year. He had injured his right ankle while playing in England's domestic T20 league.
He was playing for the Worcestershire Rapids team. Bracewell is scheduled to undergo surgery on his injury in England on Thursday. It may take 6-7 months for them to recover.
Bracewell will undergo surgery for his injury in England on Thursday. It may take 6-7 months for them to recover. In such a situation it is not possible to play ODI World Cup New Zealand head coach Gary Stead said about Bracewell's injury that the injury is related to the game and the player. Michael Bracevale is sad to be ruled out of the World Cup due to injury. He will currently focus on his rehab after the operation.
Michael Bracewell, 32, is a bowling all-rounder. He is an off spinner. He has played 8 Tests, 19 ODIs and 16 T20 matches for New Zealand so far. He is counted among the best all-rounders in the shorter format. Apart from scoring 510 runs in ODIs at an average of 42.50, he has also taken 15 wickets. And in T20, he has taken 21 wickets along with scoring 113 runs. Has taken 259 runs and 26 wickets in Test cricket.