Shubman Gill Was Discharged From A Hospital In Chennai And Is Expected To Miss India Vs. Pakistan’s ICC Cricket World Cup Game

Shubman Gill was discharged from a hospital in Chennai and is expected to miss India vs. Pakistan’s ICC Cricket World Cup game. Shubman Gill, an Indian cricketer, has reportedly been treated for dengue and released from the Chennai hospital. According to numerous media sources, Gill’s hospitalization was caused by a decline in his platelet count. The prolific ODI hitter has already been discharged from the hospital, which is a major relief for India supporters. 

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) medical staff will constantly monitor his rehabilitation. The encouraging development occurs just before India and Afghanistan’s ICC Cricket World Cup match on Wednesday (October 9). Uncertainty surrounds Gill’s availability for tomorrow’s ODI World Cup 2023 match between India and Australia.

Shubman Gill has been receiving drip care in the Chennai team hotel for a few days. However, his platelet count fell to 70,000, and as is the case with dengue patients, you are admitted to a hospital as a precaution if the count falls below 100,000. On Sunday night, when India played Australia, he was hospitalised for all essential tests, but by Monday night, he had been discharged,” a BCCI source told PTI on the condition of anonymity.

Following a recent dengue test, Shubman Gill was reportedly forced to miss India’s opening ICC Cricket World Cup match against Australia. It was discovered that Shubman’s platelet count is still low, and it might take the star batter a few more days to recover.

Shubman’s absence from both the intense ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 encounter between India and Pakistan on Saturday and India’s second game in the tournament, against Afghanistan on Wednesday (October 9), is all but guaranteed. Shubman Gill’s services to Team India will be much missed, but right now, his health and well-being come first. 

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