BCCI reports on Smriti Mandhana’s condition after being hit in the head in a warm-up match against South African women

BCCI reports on Smriti Mandhana's condition after being hit in the head in a warm-up match against South African women

INDW vs SAW: The situation of Smriti Mandhana was reported to be secure.© Twitter

Indian girls’s cricket staff participant Smriti Mandhana is “secure” after being hit head-to-head in a warm-up match in opposition to South Africa Girls earlier than the beginning of the ICC Girls’s World Cup, the Indian Cricket Management Board (BCCI) stated in a press launch.

Based on the discharge, Mandhana “was identified with a light delicate tissue harm in her left earlobe that brought on discomfort within the stroke and subsequently needed to depart the sector retired injured.”

“Miss Smriti Mandhana was struck in her left ear and within the decrease temple whereas hitting a warm-up sport in opposition to South Africa in Rangiora. On the day of the match, the physician assessed Smrit instantly and anticipated a delayed concussion.

“For security causes, he rested through the remaining and is presently being watched. In the intervening time, the opening shot is effectively and his situation is secure.


“His progress might be monitored by the medical staff and the choice on his participation within the subsequent match might be made accordingly,” the assertion added.

India launched its World Cup marketing campaign in opposition to unique rival Pakistan on Sunday. The staff’s administration hopes Mandhana will qualify for the match as he’s India’s prime batsman and opens the flip for the staff.

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