Sydney: Australian cricket team’s top batsman Steve Smith revealed that he was having a lot of vertigo before the second ODI against India and he did not seem to be fully set to play in the match in which he scored a brilliant century. .
Australia scored a mammoth score of 389 for 4 in the second ODI on 29 November with the help of Steve Smith’s 64-ball 104, and defeated India by 51 runs to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the ODI series. Lee However, the former captain said that he ‘did not feel good at the crease for a while’.
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After receiving the second consecutive Man of the Match award, Smith said, ‘I didn’t know that I would play today. I was feeling very dizzy in the morning and I was having a lot of trouble. ”
Smith said that the team’s doctor, Leg Golding, gave him relief by treating him, for which he made several movements for his head which are done for the treatment of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. Problems within the ear cause BPPV.
He further said, ‘Doctor I think that the process of moving my head six times in the morning. Which led to a slight improvement. Glad that I could play another good innings and help the team.