Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has been ruled out of the remainder of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) after fracturing his arm during a game against the Barbados Tridents on Saturday.
Playing for the Tinbago Knight Riders, the 35-year-old McCullum was batting on 26 when he was struck on the arm from a delivery by left-arm paceman Wayne Parnell and immediately retired hurt.
The right-handed batsman shared a picture of the x-ray on twitter and confirmed that his tournament is over.
McCullum said on Twitter: “CPL over for this year, unfortunate. Been a ride with Knight Riders brothers! Many thanks to all for your support! Luck team!”
He scored 335 runs in this season’s CPL, including three half-centuries, as the Knight Riders won eight out of 10 matches to seal a semi-final berth.
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