In a bizarre turn of events during India‘s pre-match practice session ahead of their upcoming encounter with New Zealand in Dharamsala, wicketkeeper-batter Ishan Kishan was unexpectedly stung by a bee on the back of his head.
While the left-handed batter was at the practice nets, he quickly left the practice area. The support staff tried to alleviate the discomfort using a traditional method, which entails rubbing an iron piece on the affected region.
The practice session was impacted by added concerns. Suryakumar Yadav, who was set to substitute for the injured Hardik Pandya, suffered a wrist injury. Additionally, there were accounts of Virat Kohli being struck on the thigh during training.
Although these three incidents unquestionably sparked worry among Indian fans, they hold onto hope that the injuries are not serious. Having already lost a crucial player in Hardik Pandya to injury for this vital clash, India can’t afford any more injuries.