Ollie Robinson gets injured in another England Ashes game and is forced from the field mid-over. However, the seamer does return to action on day two of the third Test.

  • England’s Ashes tour was made worse by Ollie Robinson suffering a hamstring injury
  • He pulled up after generating  a caught-and-bowled chance, which he put down
  • Robinson was able to return and bowl once more after being taken off the field. 

England’s Ashes Tour Down Under turned sour on Day 2 of the Third Test, when Ollie Robinson was diagnosed with a left-hamstring injury.

Robinson was stopped mid-over by the MCG after it appeared that he had tweaked the problem. This happened when he created a Catch-and-Bowled Chance, which he subsequently canceled.

After stretching, he attempted to throw the ball down next but was unable to complete the delivery. He then left the field.

Ollie Robinson was forced to leave the field during day two of the third Ashes Test due to injury

Ollie Robinson, due to an injury, was forced from the field in day two of Ashes Test 3.

Robinson injured his left hamstring while attempting a caught-and-bowled chance at the MCG

Robinson trudges off to receive treatment

Robinson injured his left hamstring while attempting a caught-and-bowled chance at the MCG

The 28-year-old lays stricken on the ground after suffering the hamstring injury for England

After suffering a hamstring injury in England, the 28-year old is left drowsy on the floor.

Robinson left for Australia to receive treatment. Ben Stokes finished the last over of the game by bowling the four remaining deliveries.

Robinson, however, was quickly able to resume action, in relief of Captain Joe Root.

Even though he was unable to bowl, the 28-year old right-arm spinner then played three more overs for struggling tourists.

Robinson ended with the second wicket figures for 64 runs, off just 19.2 overs. England beat Australia by 267 runs to give them a lead in their innings.

However, the England seamer did later returned to action and bowled a further three overs

The England seamer, however, returned to action later and bowled three more overs