Team India cricketer Umesh Yadav is blessed with a girl, the cricketer shared on social media. Umesh took to Twitter to share the news with fans and how “excited” he was. “It’s a girl,” read the caption on the Tweet. The 33-year-old shared a photo with the update. “Welcome to the world little princes! So excited to be here!” Read the message in the photo. Pacemaker married Tanya Wadhwa in 2013. Umesh was able to find some time to spend with the newborn as he was excluded from India’s last two tests against Australia due to a calf injury, BCCI said on Friday.
It is a girl. pic.twitter.com/mdorY5nBUv
– Umesh Yaadav (@y_umesh) January 1, 2021
Umesh was last seen in action in the ongoing four-game test series between Australia and India.
congratulations to @y_umesh at the birth of a daughter today.
We also wish him a speedy recovery and hope to see him on the field soon pic.twitter.com/utpMVM6wUI
– BCCI (@BCCI) January 1, 2021
The pace bowler has been featured in both matches played to date, at the Adelaide Oval and Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
Umesh picked three wickets in the first innings of the game in Adelaide before going wicketless in the second innings.
Australia emerged victorious with an eight-wicket margin in the match after getting a 90-point target.
India posted their lowest Test total ever in that game when they only managed 36/9 in the second innings of the day-night Test.
Umesh went wicketless in the first innings of the Melbourne Test but accounted for one wicket in the second innings.
He sustained a calf muscle injury while bowling in the second innings and BCCI confirmed on Friday that he is reigned for the rest of the series.
Umesh has been replaced in the Indian team by T Natarajan.
India won the second Test by eight wickets, chasing a total of 70 runs and leveling the series from 1 to 1.
The third Test of the series will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) from January 7, 2021.
The final game is scheduled for January 15 at The Gabba, Brisbane.
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