Indian cricketer Ashok Dinda suffered a horrific injury during a practice match at Eden Gardens. Indian pacer was hit hard by a leather ball and went down on-field.
Pacer Dinda was hit by batsman Vivek Singh who was attempting a straight drive during Bengal’s T20 practice game for Mushtaq Ali championship.
A medical team immediately rushed in and treated Dinda after that he completed his over. Later, Doctors conducted his CT scan and said there is nothing serious.
#WATCH:Pacer Ashok Dinda got injured after he was hit on forehead at Eden Gardens in Kolkata today during Bengal's T20 practice match for Mushtaq Ali championship.A medical team treated Dinda&he completed over after that.Doctors conducted his CT Scan&said there is nothing serious pic.twitter.com/XpT6FOTAFJ— ANI (@ANI) February 11, 2019
Dinda was in fine form for Bengal in the Ranji Trophy finishing as the highest wicket-taker for his side with 28 wickets in 8 matches.
Dinda, has played 13 ODIs and 9 T20Is for India and has been Bengal's leading pacer in the domestic circuit for years now. He has a total of 417 wickets to his name in 115 First-Class matches. He was Bengal's leading wicket-taker this season for the sixth consecutive time since 2013-14.