Yorkshire young seamer Matthew Fisher got injured against Derbyshire game. His bad luck with injuries continues as the bowling all-rounder suffered a dislocated right shoulder during fielding. The real damage and extent of the injury will be known on Monday after the scan. Andrew Gale, Yorkshire boss admitted he is very much sad that one of his main bowlers gets injured again.

Yorkshire seamer Matthew Fisher get injured in VitalityBlast2019 loss against Derbyshire

After a strain cleft in the back ended his last season early and also made a negative impact on winter season. he then suffered a broken thumb in training session in March.

The Sheriff Hutton Bridge product just returned to the first-team action and gets in injury again. He is so unlucky to spend another big spell on the sideline. This is so frustrating for this young and promising talent.

He was diving in the field to save the boundary at wide long-on but sadly, he gets injured and it seems not normal injury.

Fisher was working hard but his bad luck with injury seems not broken
Fisher was working hard but his bad luck with injury seems not broken

I am really feeling devastating for him. He is a promising young lad. He’s dislocated his shoulder. We’ll see the report. Hope, he will back soon.

Andrew Gale told the reporters after the match.

Until we go to the specialist, we can’t make any assessment of how long it could take. But, truth is that he’s dislocated his shoulder and it never a good thing. He just comes back from the injury. I feel sorry for him. He is a hard-working guy and putting a lot of time in the gym. Hope, he’ll be back soon and get free from these freakish injuries. 

Gale’s added.

On the other hand, Yorkshire is facing a tough time in the field. They lost to Derbyshire in last game which is their fifth loss in T20 matches at straight against them.

Yorkshire’s first game abandoned due to rain and they lost to Derbyshire in their second match from their opening two north group matches.

Yorkshire will play against Leicestershire on Tuesday at Grace Road, Leicester.