ENG vs SA Live: PAINFUL! Jason Roy breaks down in pain after pulling hamstring against South Africa – Watch video

T20 World Cup: Big blow for England ahead of semifinals against NZ, Jason Roy ruled out, James Vince named replacement
T20 World Cup: Big blow for England ahead of semifinals against NZ, Jason Roy ruled out, James Vince named replacement

T20 World Cup – ENG vs SA Live: Jason Roy injured: England faces another injury scare just ahead of the semis as opener Jason Roy pulled up his hamstring on Saturday. Roy was seen breaking down in pain after pulling a hamstring against South Africa and had to be carried off the field. He was barely able to walk and was seen in immense pain. A couple of days back, England’s death over specialists Tymall Mils got ruled out of the T20 World Cup owing to an injury. England will hope it is not too serious but that the live scenes from the ground tell a different story. Follow InsideSport.in for more T20 World Cup live updates

ENG vs SA Live: PAINFUL! Jason Roy breaks down in pain after pulling hamstring against South Africa – Watch video

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The incident took place in the fifth over when felt some issue in his left leg. However, it quickly got worse and he was unable to stand and England physio started running out to the middle. A couple of minutes later Roy had to be carried off the field as he was barely able to walk.

As per the latest, Roy’s injury will be assessed on Sunday. England skipper Eoin Morgan said that the England opener will be assessed tomorrow.

“Probably Jason will be assessed tomorrow. We do have a lot of depth, we’ve built a good white-ball group over the last few years, so really excited. Yes, really happy, we’ve topped the group and that’s never easy,” Eoin Morgan said after the match.

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