The West Indies were allowed to use Shai Hope as a concussion backup for rookie batsman Jeremy Solozano on Monday, who was taken to the hospital after being hit in the first Test against Sri Lanka.
On Sunday, Solozano was in short-legged form on his first day in Galle. Get a disgusting blow On the grille of his protective helmet, a full blood shot from Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne. Doctors and medical staff took care of the 26-year-old man on the ground, and then he was carried on a stretcher to the waiting ambulance.
He was transferred to a hospital in Colombo, where he was scanned and spent the night there for observation.
“Game referee Ranjan Madugalle has approved Shai Hope as a substitute for Solozano. This complies with the International Criminal Court’s concussion substitute rules,” said a team statement on Monday.
Solozano is expected to be discharged later on Monday and return to the team hotel.
The team stated that the test showed no “structural damage” but confirmed that Solozano had a concussion and would follow appropriate procedures during the recovery period.
Wicketkeeper-batter Hope has played 36 test games for the West Indies, with an average score of 1,675 points and an average score of 25.76 points, of which there are 5 games and 200 games. His highest score is 147 points in the 2017 game against England in Headingley.