Kusal Mendis

Sri Lanka Kusal Mendis Suffers Chest pain Hospitalised

Kusal Mendis been rush to the hospital for a precautionary check-up after the Sri Lanka batsman remove off the field due to chest trouble.

Kusal Mendis Felt Chest Pain During BAN vs SL

After being carry off the field due to chest trouble. Sri Lanka batter Kusal Mendis transported to the hospital for a precautionary check-up. Kusal Mendis is now being treated in a Dhaka hospital, according to reports. The event occurred just before the lunch break on the first day of Bangladesh’s second Test match against Sri Lanka. Mendis, 27, was fielding in the slip cordon during the 23rd over when he pulled up. Kusal Mendis left with the physios holding his chest after they came on the ground.

Kushal Mendis Suffered from Dehydration Before

BCB doctor Manzur Hossain Chowdhury stated Mendis needed to be transferred to the hospital for ‘appropriate diagnosis and improved management’ of his ailment. Kusal Mendis had been suffering from dehydration in the days leading up to the match. Which could be the cause of his discomfort, according to Chowdhury, who also suggested that it could be a case of gastritis. It is yet unknown how much time Kusal Mendis will spend in the hospital.

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In the first Test, Kusal Mendis scored 54 and 48 runs to help Sri Lanka draw the match at Chattogram. Mendis isn’t the first player to have to abandon the game due to a medical emergency. Due to severe heat, umpire Richard Kettleborough had to leave the field, while Bangladesh batter Tamim Iqbal had to retire hurt due to cramping in the first Test.

Meanwhile, Sri Lanka dominated the first day of the Dhaka Test, dropping Bangladesh to 24/5 with pacers Kasun Rajitha and Asitha Fernando ripping through the hosts’ top order until Liton Das’ half-century and a tenacious innings from Mushfiqur Rahim gave the score some hope.

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