Chris Lynn suffers another shoulder injury, in doubt for Indian Premier League

Lynn leaves the field with his arm and season left hanging

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A media release from Cricket Australia confirmed that Lynn "will return to Brisbane to undergo further assessment after he dislocated his right shoulder midway through New Zealand's innings on Wednesday at Eden Park whilst diving to field the ball". It appeared as though his right arm had been slammed and jarred on the ground, leaving the smashing batsman to grab it out of pain.

The Lahore Qalandars management has decided against opting for an immediate replacement of Australian batsman Chris Lynn, with hopes he may get fit in time to play the last leg of Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches.

The 27-year-old, who is among the top candidates to lead Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League (IPL) this season, had earlier undergone three bouts of surgery on his left shoulder in recent seasons.

"Chris dislocated his right shoulder after landing awkwardly on it when fielding the ball", said Australian team physiotherapist Alex Kountouris.

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It continues a bad run of luck for Lynn, who is among the most-dominant batsmen in T20 cricket when fit. Only his left shoulder has been operated on thrice, and Australia would be frustrated by yet another setback to the aggressive T20 batsman.

Shoulder injury and hamstring niggle also forced Lynn to miss the majority of the 2017/18 Big Bash League - Australia's domestic T20 league.

"When they do play in that World Cup tournament in a year or two's time, Steve Smith will come in for Chris Lynn unless he fixes himself up from that injury", Hogg said. He had even undergone a shoulder reconstruction surgery past year in July, but the problem seems to be recurring. "The start of the series was a bit daunting for me, taking off for running and (knowing) whether I can dive or not".

Lynn's ongoing recovery from his shoulder reconstruction prompted him to pass up a state contract this summer with Queensland.

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