Incident happened in T20 match against Sri Lanka with Steve Smith

Australian player Steve Smith suffered a head injury while playing against Sri Lanka on the Sydney ground. This incident Sri Lanka and Australia between T20Is. In the second T20I, Steve Smith was trying to prevent a boundary when he fell and hit his head. After this incident, he sat down holding his head. Later the fielders came to pick him up. Smith was then quickly taken to a medical emergency.

The incident happened with Steve Smith

On February 13, in the ongoing T20I between Sri Lanka and Australia in Sydney, an accident happened with Steve Smith, player of the Australia team. Steve was fielding on the boundary rope. During this, Smith made a fine jump to save a six in the last over of the second T20I against Sri Lanka. Smith stopped the catch with full force, but he could not save himself.

While landing the dive, his head hit the ground badly. After falling, he lay on the ground holding his head for a few seconds and the medical team came running and the player immediately left the field. After this, Australia Cricket tweeted about Smith’s injury. Australia Cricket wrote,

“Steve Smith has suffered an injury and will be under low-level protocol for the next few days and will make a full recovery in 6-7 days. He will miss the remaining T20 International series against Sri Lanka.”

Steve Smith’s Tweet

This morning Steve Smith also gave information about his injury. He took to Twitter to thank his fans and said that he is feeling fine now and he will get well soon. His fans also commented on Smith’s tweet and prayed for his recovery. And somewhere the fans also asked him not to remove his name from T20. Steve tweeted,

Thanks everyone for reaching me out. I feel better now. But I’ll be fine.”