Bengaluru, Jan 31: Good news for cricket lovers and Mayank Agarwal fans.
After a day of health ordeal, unusual medical conditions, Agarwal finally was shifted to Bengaluru on Wednesday. But as per reports, he will undergo further medical investigation in Bengaluru and will not be able to play Karnataka's next Ranji tie against Railways in Surat, which starts on Friday.
It's a fact, Karnataka Ranji captain Agarwal, had to undergo a lot since Tuesday. From mid-air medical emergency to treatment in a hospital in Agartala, he had to face a lot. But he was finally discharged from hospital and was shifted to Bengaluru, reports said.
As per sources, he was given some medicines and injections to keep him pain-free for the duration of his travel back to Bengaluru. He may have to stay in a hospital for a couple of days, sources revealed.
Earlier on Tuesday, Agarwal experienced some burning sensation in his throat and mouth, while he was on a flight to Delhi en route to Surat, from Tripura capital Agartala.
He reportedly consumed some liquid from a bottle, which he himself believed to be drinking water.
As his health conditions deteriorated, he was deplaned from the flight and was admitted in the ICU of a local hospital in Agartala. However, he was later declared 'clinically stable' and was ultimately flown back to Bengaluru, sources added.
Before falling ill, Agarwal had led the Karnataka team to a 29-run victory over Tripura at the Maharaj Bir Bikram Stadium in Agartala, which started on January 26 and ended on Jan 29. He was travelling to Surat via Delhi to play against Railways in their next match at the Lalbhai Contractor Stadium in Surat from Friday, sources added.
But his health ordeal forced him to stay back in Agartala, get treated and then he was shifted to Bengaluru, sources revealed.