Justin Langer: “Hazelwood snub turn to be the right decision”


Justin Langer the current Australian coach for their cricket Army has put his thought in defending the right call for Josh Hazelwood as he said

“Josh is recovering from his back injury and is unable to put his one hundred percent in the big event starting from 30th May 2019, so the decision of left him out of the squad in the world cup is right”.

Hazelwood is one of the supremely talented bowlers of the Australian side. But he is suffering from a back injury and the selectors first called Jhye Richardson for his replacement and to join Starc and Coulter Nile. But Jhye Richardson is also suffering from an arm injury and is ruled out of the mega event of cricketing world 2019.

“Now selectors call Kane Richardson as a replacement of Josh Hazelwood in the world cup 2019.”

The Australian seamer was the topper in the ICC ranking of bowling as recently as 2017 when, unfortunately, he got injured with his back pain. And this is hurting the lethal Australian side since last November. He is one of the star players not only on the Australian side but also all across the globe. His replacement will be surely not put his effort as much as he can.

Justin Langer also said that:

“Hazelwood also just had not been playing any cricket like twenty20 or one day international for his countryside. He has come up with second stress fracture in his back and now he is trying to get up and running in the nets for practice”.

He added in his statement that:

“Josh is a terrific bowler with great skills but it’s just the time which is bad for him. I am sure that he is disappointed but we also cannot wait to see him in action again”.