Voges Had To Admit Hospital after Ball Struck Of His Head

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Monday, May 2nd, 2016 | 0


Australia batsman Adam Voges Was admitted to hospital after being hit ball on his head. While Voges playing for Middlesex against Hampshire at English County cricket on this Sunday, ball hit on his head. After initial treatment he has been taken in intensive care.

At Rose Bale on Southampton, Hampshire was batting against Middlesex. Batsman Michael Cowrbary’s strong shot fall into the boundary.  Middlesex fielder Oli Renner picked up the ball from the outside of the boundary and threw it to wicket kipper. Wicketkeeper John Simpson failed to grip the flying ball. As a result, the ball struck Middlesex captain Voges’ head, who was stand beside of wicketkeeper. He immediately fell to the ground. The physio gave him first aid.

But when the condition is going worsened, he was admitted to the hospital. Voges regained consciousness after the treatment. However, the hospital authorities will be monitoring him for some time, said Director of the Middlesex Anger Frazer, after the first aid his condition deteriorated despite in the dressing room. Later, he was taken to the hospital immediately. He regained consciousness after treatment.

Voges played 15 Tests for Australia has played 31 one-day internationals and 7 Twenty20 matches. 36-year-old Voges have 1337 Test runs, 870 ODI runs and 139 runs in T-20

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