Suresh Raina, on Wednesday, during his innings of 63 against England in the final T20I at Bengaluru, guided India to a big total of 202 as he held fort at the stage when Indian team needed it the most. Once he got in, he was an unstoppable force as he was scoring runs at will but one of the sixes hit by him went on to hit a six-year-old boy in the stands.
The boy was rushed to the KSCA medical centre for first aid.
“Satish was injured after one of Raina’s sixes landed on his left thigh. He was rushed to the Karnataka State Cricket Association’s medical centre at the stadium for treatment,” Dr Mathew Chandy told PTI.
“He complained of minor pain. We gave him the first aid and after 10 minutes, he requested to be relieved to watch the rest of the match. We had to give in his demand,” the doctor added.
The boy returned back to the stands to see the Indian team mounting up a total of 202 on the board and then crushing the visitors, who lost eight wickets for just eight runs.
India went on to win the game by a big margin of 75 runs to defeat England in a T20I bilateral series for the first time.