Perth, Jan 17 (UNI) The Indian team today claimed that Yuvraj Singh's injured knee which he twisted during the warm-up session before the start of play on the second day of the third Test is not serious.
Yuvraj was playing soccer with his teammates when he collapsed clutching his left knee and was later taken to a local hospital for scans.
However, the scans revealed that the 26-year-old player has no serious injury.
The southpaw is likely to start training again in the next couple of days.
The Twenty20 World Cup sensation has had a poor tour so far Down Under. He failed in the first two Tests and in the practice match with the ACT XI in Canberra which resulted him to be left out of the playing XI for the ongoing third Test.
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