Indian left-winger T Natarajan joined the Indian team on Thursday after completing a mandatory quarantine period at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, where the team is currently part of the T20I series against England.
Although there was no official communication from the team’s management, Natarajan posted a story on Instagram on his social media post, sharing a photo with his teammate Washington Sundar with the caption “It’s great to be back with the Indian team.”
Natarajan was at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, recovering from his shoulder. He therefore missed the first three T20Is and was also not part of XI for the fourth game in the series.
Natarajan, following his impressive IPL The 2020 season for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the UAE debuted at the T20I in Australia in December. He chose six wickets in three games at 13.83 with an economic rate of 6.92.
Currently, India is 1-2 points behind in the T20I series, suffering defeats in the first and third games, both defending their total.