IPL team Punjab Kings captain KL Rahul is admitted to the hospital last night after he complained about severe pain in his abdomen. The officials said that “KL Rahul complained about the pain so we have taken him to the emergency where the test report showed that he was diagnosed with acute appendicitis. The doctors will make a surgery today and all the safety parameters will be considered”. A tweet has been posted by the Punjab Kings that they have admitted him to the emergency will get operated on after his surgery-related tests. This news will be a bit disappointing for the fans of Punjab Kings that the captain will no

IPL 2020 KL Rahul Diagnosed With Acute Appendicitis

longer be a part of upcoming IPL matches as it will take him time to recover from the surgery. The Punjab Kings has announced that the surgery will take place after all the safety test but the captain will not be back on the pitch for remaining matches of IPL 2021 season. The Punjab Kings captain KL Rahul is heading with a score of 331 runs in the 7 games he has played in this IPL season. He has four half-centuries and an average of 66.20 in the season. Punjab Kings franchise has declared that Mayank Agarwal will be the slipper for the rest of the match of the season.

The team PBKS has played a total of 7 games in IPL 2021 where they have won 3 matches and lost 4 matches so far. The team is looking forward to winning upcoming matches to break their losing streak. The team Punjab Kings are at fifth position in the league standings and they have had an average performance in the entire season. They have recently played a match against the team Royal Challengers Banglore where they won the match by 34 runs. KL Rahul has scored the maximum run in the match with seven fours and five sixes which led them to win the match.

He has scored a total of 16 sixes in this IPL season. He has become the first player on his team to score this run rate this season. In the absence of KL Rahul now Mayank Agarwal will be the stand-in skipper for the remaining IPL matches. The right-handed batsman has made his debut in 2018 in the Indian cricket team when he played against Australia at MCG. We wish KL Rahul a speedy recovery. To know more about this article stay connected to us.


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