Accidents usually occur on the cricket subject, many occasions it may be made on the lives of gamers. The identical incident occurred on Wednesday in the course of the second Test match between Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka. Fielding on the third day of the match, Zimbabwean participant Kevin Kasuza was injured. A shot of Sri Lankan participant Kusal Mendis hit Kavis Kasuza's helmet, after which he fell on the bottom and needed to be taken off the stretcher. <! –
Ball on Kevin Kasuza's helmet
The incident is from the 63rd over of Sri Lanka's innings, when Alexander Raza was bowling. Mendis performed a backfoot pull shot off Alexander Raza's fifth ball and the ball fell to the helmet of Kevin Kasuza standing at quick leg. After Kasuja's ball hit the helmet, one other participant Mumba took a catch and Mendis was out. But throughout this, Kasuja was seen groaning with ache. He fell down after hitting the top.
Seeing Kevin Kasuza affected by ache, Physio instantly got here to the bottom and began treating him. After this, stretchers had been known as on the bottom and Kasuja was taken out. According to media reviews, Kevin Kasuja has been taken to the hospital. Let me inform you that the second time the ball hit Kevin Kasuza's head. In the primary Test match of the identical collection, Kevin Kasuja was hit on the top. In that match too, Kasuja was fielding at quick leg. The attention-grabbing factor is that even at the moment Kusal Mendis performed the pull shot and the ball hit Kasuja's helmet. Now Kasuja is injured as soon as once more in the identical approach.
Kasuja is an effective batsman
Let us inform you that Kevin Kasuza is a 26 yr previous batsman. The right-handed batsman made his Test debut in opposition to Sri Lanka in Harare, the place he smashed 63 runs within the first innings. Kasuja had performed 214 balls in his half-century innings. However, whereas fielding, the ball hit Kasuja's head and he couldn’t bat within the second innings. Zimbabwe misplaced the Harare Test by 10 wickets.
In the primary innings of the second Test too, Kevin Kasuza batted effectively and scored 38 runs in 97 balls. Apart from Kasuja, Captain Sean Williams scored a superb 107 runs. Sikandar Raza scored 72 runs and Zimbabwe scored a mammoth 406 runs within the first innings.