Brendon McCullum has been ruled out of the rest of the Caribbean Premier League after he sustained a blow on his arm while playing for Trinbago Knight Riders against Barbados Tridents, on Sunday.
The former New Zealand batsman took it to twitter to declare about this.
— Brendon McCullum (@Bazmccullum) September 3, 2017
“CPL over for this year, unfortunate. Been a ride with Knight Riders brothers! Many thanks to all for your support! Luck team!” McCullum said on Twitter.
McCullum scored 335 run in 10 matches at an average of 55.83 till date on the league. His highest score this season was 91 runs which he scored off only 62 balls against Jamaica Tallawahs. He also has three half-centuries this season. He scored a 26 run in the match before he hit by a ball from Parnell. The opening batsman also retired hurt after suffering the blow and was taken to the hospital where x-rays showed that he had fractured his arm.
Parnell gave a phenomenal performance clinching in 3 wickets in the match. Though McCullum’s team suffered a loss yet his team sits at the top of the table with 16 points. Trinbago has already qualified for the playoffs.
He wished his team luck for the semi-finals of the tournament. He will be under severe treatment and won’t participate until further notifications.