This case will go down within the top of the foremost stupid injuries in history.
Australian cricketer Jake Fraser- Mcgurk – “Young Batman” who plays for the U-19 team , won’t continue playing at the Cricket World Cup thanks to an unusual injury.
Fraser-McGurk, a right-handed player, have competed with Pakistan in months ago in T20 for Cricket Australia XI, and was Melbourne Renegades sign a contract after becoming a rotation player for the club within the KFC Big Bash last summer. With age still too young, but Jake has made so many coaches interested in him thanks to his outstanding talent in playing cricket and his spirit.
According to The Sun, Fraser- Mcgurk was walking round the nature reserve and was attacked by a monkey that scratched his face. Jake immediately returned home from Republic of South Africa after an accident could appear silly and strange. Now the athlete are sent to a course of treatment that’s not compatible with competitive activities. Australia will consider calling in a very replacement for Fraser-McGurk for the ultimate two matches of the tournament.
“We want to create sure that Jake doesn’t have any ongoing medical concerns as a results of the incident so we’ve got taken the simplest course of action,” said Alex Kountouris, Cricket Australia’s Sports Science and medicine Manager, who added he was confident Fraser-McGurk won’t suffer any ongoing issues after treatment.
After the accident hope that this young player has expressed because of the people management within the nature conservation, who helped him promptly and also expressed his desire to heal the wound quickly so as to can return to dedication for his team.
“I think this can teach me a lesson. do not get too near animals. I’m looking forward to convalescing and getting back on the sphere,” said Jake.