West Indies cricket analyst hospitalised in Multan on account of ‘abdomen discomfort’

Avenesh Seetaram, clothed within the staff’s colors, on this undated picture shared on Twitter by Windies Cricket

MULTAN: Avenesh Seetaram, who’s a West Indies cricket staff analyst, was hospitalised on Saturday on account of “abdomen discomfort and illness in a single day” within the metropolis.

The Senior Males’s Workforce Analyst was within the metropolis for 3  ICC World Cup Tremendous League ODI matches between Pakistan and his residence staff. 

In response to Windies Cricket, Seetaram was admitted to a hospital for monitoring and rehydration.

“After experiencing abdomen discomfort and illness in a single day, the Senior Males’s Workforce Analyst, Avenesh Seetaram has been admitted to the hospital in Multan for monitoring and rehydration,” Windies Cricket tweeted.

A heavy police contingent was additionally posted on the hospital for safety.

The 2 groups locked horns on June 8 and 10 with Pakistan profitable each matches to seal the collection.

Their subsequent encounter will happen on Sunday, June 12.

Pakistan, who gained the opening match by 5 wickets, and the second by 120 runs, can be trying to full a clear sweep of the collection.

The Inexperienced Shirts have now 10 consecutive ODI collection in opposition to the West Indies.

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