The player has suffered a serious head injury.
The Melbourne Stars franchise has suffered a major setback in the ongoing season of the Big Bash League. Let us tell you that Australian wicketkeeper batsman Sam Harper got injured during a practice session. The player suffered a head injury while practicing, after which he was immediately rushed to the hospital.
After suffering a head injury, the player was taken out of the stadium with the help of a stretcher and then taken to the hospital with the help of an ambulance. Let us tell you that at present the condition of the cricketer remains stable. So Harper suffered this injury while practicing at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday before the match against Sydney Sixers on Saturday.
Sam Harper got this injury due to playing a shot with an oblique bat, he could not play the shot properly and the ball hit his head directly. After this, Harper started bleeding, after which the player was immediately dressed with first aid kit and taken to the hospital.
On the other hand, regarding the player’s injury, the franchise informed through a post from its official social media account – Harper suffered a head injury while batting during practice at the MCG this evening and was later admitted to the hospital in a stable condition. Have been taken. We ask that you respect their privacy at this time. The Club will provide further updates when we have any information.
Club Statement: Sam Harper was struck in the head whilst batting at training this evening at the MCG and subsequently taken to hospital in a stable condition. We ask that you respect his privacy at this time. The club will provide further updates when they come to hand.
— Melbourne Stars (@StarsBBL) January 5, 2024
So if we tell you about Sam Harper’s performance in the ongoing Big Bash League, he has scored only 27 runs in 7 matches, in which his best score is 17 runs.
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