BAN VS SL: Kusal Mendis appeared to be in pain and lay down on the field in the 23rd over of the Second Test. With Bangladesh still in their first innings. Sri Lankan medical personnel attended to him right away. Bet online by checking more expert betting tips from our professional expert tipsters.

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Soon after, he left the playing area clutching his chest.

After leaving the pitch holding his chest minutes before noon on the first day of the second Test. Kusal Mendis is still in a Dhaka hospital. Although an ECG test has “come out clear.” Doctors “suspect muscle spasms” as the cause of Mendis’ discomfort. This was is in a statement by the Sri Lanka team manager Mahinda Halangoda. Who also stated that Mendis is “currently under monitoring.”

Kusal Mendis Was Dehydrated Prior To The Contest

BAN VS SL: Kusal Mendis 'Under Observation' In Dhaka Hospital After Complaining Of Chest Pain
BAN VS SL: Kusal Mendis ‘Under Observation’ In Dhaka Hospital After Complaining Of Chest Pain

Mendis is in hospital for “appropriate diagnosis and better management,” according to BCB doctor Manzur Hossain Chowdhury. According to Chowdhury, Mendis was dehydrated prior to the contest. This could have contributed to his pain. For more cricket predictions and upcoming match updates, eyes here.

“Mendis was taken to a city hospital for a precautionary check-up. Initially, the physio asked for a stretcher but Kusal was able to walk off the field later. The management is guessing it’s just muscle pain but more updates will arrive later.”

Bangladesh’s Daily Star reported

At this time, it’s uncertain how long he’ll remain in the hospital. And whether he’ll be able to participate in the Dhaka Test. Mendis helped Sri Lanka draw the Chattogram Test by scoring a respectable half-century in the first innings. Then he made a fast 48 in the second innings.

BN VS SL: The Playing Conditions Were Incredibly Difficult

Sri Lanka will be hoping that Mendis returns fully healthy. As his late-order batting is crucial for the tourists, especially when the top order has faltered.

With the humidity getting to the players in the first Test. The conditions were incredibly difficult. On day three, Tamim Iqbal was forced to leave the field due to severe cramping. And on-field umpire Richard Kettleborough was forced to leave the field due to the extreme heat on day four.

Throughout the Test, players are frequently taking drink breaks under large umbrellas. Sri Lanka also had to utilize a concussion substitute for fast bowler Vishwa Fernando.

His replacement was Kasun Rajitha. While this is the final match of Sri Lanka’s Bangladesh trip.

Bangladesh was 24/5 in the first two overs of the day. This was when Kasun Rajitha and Asitha Fernando appeared in a destructive mood. Shakib al Hasan scored a golden duck, while Tamim Iqbal and Mahmudul Hasan also made ducks.

Najmul Hasan scored eight runs, while Mominul Haque scored nine. When veterans Mushfiqur Rahim and Litton Das joined together and compiled a century-plus partnership for the sixth wicket. The Bangladeshi innings gained much-needed steadiness. Read Mobile Bet365 reviews here and learn more about how online betting works with this app.

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