It is known that Rishabh Pant was injured in a car accident. Pant, who is being treated at Max Hospital in Dehradun, was conducted various tests by the doctors. An MRI scan was taken to find out whether the vital parts of the body such as the brain and spine were injured. The report came back as normal. His fans are holding their breath. Pant underwent plastic surgery due to burns on his face and other parts of his body. While MRI scanning was to be done on Pant’s knees and ankles, it was postponed to tomorrow due to swelling and pain. Suspecting that the right knee ligament might be injured, the doctors put a splint (splint) on Pant from the knee to the bottom. Sources of Max Hospital revealed in the medical bulletin released on Friday evening that Pant’s health is stable. Pant’s right arm and leg were injured. There were lacerations to the skin on the forehead, near the eyebrows. The back part has been subjected to abrasion,’ the medical bulletin said. If the injury to Pant’s knee and heel is not serious, there is a possibility that he will recover soon. If the injury worsens, he will miss the Test series against Australia in February and March. If Pant, who is a key player in Tests, leaves, it will definitely be a big blow for India. Pant, who impressed in the Test series against Bangladesh, could not take advantage of the many opportunities he got in ODIs and T20s before that. Due to heavy criticism of Pant’s performance, he dropped out of the ODI series against Bangladesh. Pant has not been selected for the upcoming ODI and T20I series against Sri Lanka.
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