Updates related to Indian women’s cricket team opener Smriti Mandhana are coming out. His condition is said to be normal and his condition is improving rapidly. This information has been given by BCCI. It is worth mentioning that during the World Cup warm-up match played between India and South Africa on Sunday, Mandhana had suffered a head injury due to which she had to leave the field.
During the batting, Mandhana suffered this injury on a bouncer from South African fast bowler Shabneem Ismail.
Mandhana was kept under the supervision of a team of doctors. Upon investigation, Smriti was diagnosed with an injury to the lower part of her left ear, which caused her discomfort while batting and hence she had to walk out of the field with a retired hurt. By that time he had scored 12 runs in 23 balls.
He was advised rest for the sake of safety. But now good news is coming for the Indian women’s team. At present, Mandhana is recovering fast and her condition is stable. He has been kept under the supervision of a medical team. The decision about playing his matches will be taken only after consulting the doctors.
Mandhana’s recovery from injury comes as a relief for the Indian women’s cricket team as the team begins its World Cup campaign against Pakistan from March 6.