Sydney: Australia-A Cameron Green suffered a ball in his head during the bowling on the first day of the practice match being played against India, forcing him to leave the field. Green was bowling to Jasprit Bumrah in a three-day day-night format match being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG).
Green had scored a century in the first practice match
Bumrah hit a straight drive off Green’s ball, which hit the 21-year-old player’s hand and hit it directly in his head. Mohammad Siraj, standing at the non-striker’s end, immediately went to Green. Australia-A medical team saw him and then he went out of the ground. Cameron Green scored a century in the first practice match.
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This is the second time in a practice match that an Australian player has a ball in his head. In the first practice match, Will Pukowski was hit in the head and that is why he is not playing in this match due to concussion.