After being taken off the pitch due to chest pains, Kusal Mendis was rushed to the hospital for a precautionary check-up.
BAN vs SL match, Kusal Mendis experienced chest pain.
Due to chest pains, he carry off the field. Kusal Mendis, the Sri Lankan batter, sent to the hospital for a precautionary examination. According to sources, Mendis is now being treated in a Dhaka hospital. On the opening day of Bangladesh’s second Test match against Sri Lanka, the incident occurred shortly before midday. Mendis, 27, pulled up while fielding in the slip cordon during the 23rd over. After they came on the ground, Kusal Mendis went with the physios holding his chest.
Kushal Mendis Suffered from Dehydration Before
Mendis need to sent to the hospital for ‘proper diagnosis and improve management,’ according to BCB doctor Manzur Hossain Chowdhury. Dehydration had been plaguing Mendis in the days leading up to the match. According to Chowdhury, this could be the source of his discomfort, along with the possibility of gastritis. The length of time Kusal Mendis will be in the hospital is unknown.
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Kusal Mendis helped Sri Lanka draw the first Test at Chattogram by scoring 54 and 48 runs. Mendis isn’t the first player to have to leave the game due to a health issue. Umpire Richard Kettleborough had to leave the field owing to extreme heat, and Bangladesh batter Tamim Iqbal had to abandon the first Test due to cramps.
Meanwhile, Sri Lanka dominated the opening day of the Dhaka Test, reducing Bangladesh to 24/5 with pacers Kasun Rajitha and Asitha Fernando ripping through the hosts’ top order until Liton Das’ half-century and Mushfiqur Rahim’s stubborn knock gave the score some hope.