- Jeremy Solozeno was making his Test debut for West Indies
- Jeremy Sologeno injured on Sri Lankan captain Dimuth Karunaratne’s shot
- Jeremy Solozeno was taken by ambulance to the hospital
In the first Test match being played between Sri Lanka and West Indies, a painful accident happened on the field. Jeremy Solozeno, who made his West Indies debut on the first day of the match, was seriously injured while fielding. In the 24th over of the match, Sologeno was fielding in the shot leg when Sri Lankan captain Dimuth Karunaratne hit a ruthless pull shot which went straight into Sologeno’s helmet.
As soon as the ball hit, Sologeno fell on the ground and was taken to the hospital by ambulance. Although there was no update on his injury from the hospital, but it is clear from the video that this 26-year-old player has been seriously injured.
Solozeno has the experience of playing 40 first-class and 10 List A matches for the West Indies before making his debut. He has scored 1686 runs in 73 innings in first class while he has 312 runs in List A matches.
In this match, the hosts Sri Lanka won the toss and decided to bat first. In the first session of the game, Sri Lanka scored 61 runs in 27 overs without losing any wicket. At the same time, Karunaratne is playing on 32 and Pathun Nishanka on 25 for the team.
The second match of the series between the two teams will be played from November 29 to December 3.
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