Former South Africa batsman Richard Levi has been recuperating well after being strike on the head during a county game that took place in England.
After the injury, he was taken to the hospital through ambulance after being hit on head from Josh Tongue’s bowl during the batting for Northamptonshire in their Second Division game against Worcestershire.
Levi, who showed up in 13 T20 internationals for South Africa with a top score of 117 not out, took to his Twitter record to affirm that despite the fact that he was concussed after the blow, he is giving great recuperation suggestions.
“Given the all unmistakable after my blow this evening. Gratefully no crack only a blackout and perception. Because of every one of the individuals who helped,’ he composed on Twitter.
Afterward, Northamptonshire likewise discharged the announcement on Levi’s condition and said that the Proteas player was determined to have mellow blackout taking after a few tests and that he is currently resting at his home, revealed Sport24.
“Taking after some preparatory tests at Northampton General Hospital Richard has been determined to have gentle blackout and is resting at home. Northamptonshire County Cricket Club might want to thank all fans for their kind expressions of support,” the province club said.