Australia and South Africa are locking horns in the Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. After inviting the visitors to bat first after winning the toss, the Proteas were bundled out for a mere score 189. On the back of a double century by David Warner, Australia ended Day 2 on top before they declared the inning with a score of 575/8.
A lot happened on Day 2 of the ongoing Boxing Day Test. After smashing a century in his 100 th Test, the veteran Australian opener went on to double the celebrations after becoming only the second batter after Joe Root to smash a double century in his 100 th Test.
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However, he suffered an injury during the celebrations and walked off the field after getting retired hurt. Australian all-rounder Cameroon Green, who walked in after Warner retired only played twenty balls before getting retired as he injured his right forefinger in the middle.
WATCH: Cameron Green injures himself while batting on Day of Boxing Day Test
Now it has been revealed that Cameron Green has suffered a minor fracture on his index finger and will miss the third and final Test of the three-match series. Although, the 23-year-old is available to bat in the ongoing Test but cannot bowl because of the fracture.
The young prospect will also not feature in the Big Bash League but is expected to be fit for the four-Test tour against India, scheduled to take place in February 2023.