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Haseeb Hameed IANS

England suffered a massive blow following their defeat by 8 wickets to India in the third Test at Mohali. Their right-handed opening batsman Haseeb Hameed, who made his Test debut at the start of this tour, has been ruled out of the remainder of the five-Test series. England captain Alastair Cook informed during the post-match presentation ceremony that Haseeb will be getting a plate inserted in his hand, and for that, he will be flying back home. Notably, Hameed s family remained present on all venues ever since he made his Test debut in the first Test at Rajkot. Hameed scored a brilliant 59 not out in the final innings despite the injury to his finger. Full Cricket Scorecard: India vs England 3rd Test at Mohali

Meanwhile, Stuart Broad, who missed the third Test at Mohali due to an injury will continue to remain in Dubai with the England Lions’ team getting treated for his tendon injury. England will be hopeful that the right-arm pacer turns up fit for the fourth Test in Dubai, which will begin on December 8. Earlier in the day, India hammered England by 8 wickets to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the five-Test series. India had earlier won the second Test at Visakhapatnam by 246 runs, and with another comprehensive victory they have outplayed England in all departments.

AFP reported, Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin led an inspired bowling performance as India outplayed England by eight wickets in the third Test in Mohali on Tuesday. Chasing 103 runs for victory, India cantered home in the final session on day four after opener Parthiv Patel (67 not out) hit the winning runs. India now lead the five-match series 2-0 with the fourth Test in Mumbai starting on December 8. The first Test ended in a draw before India won the second game in Visakhapatnam by 246 runs.