England’s wicketkeeper batsman Craig Kieswetter has got some serious eye injury during a county match, hence he will not be available to play ICC cricket world cup 2015 for England and also will not be a part of Sydney Thunder in Big Bash League fourth season beginning from 18 December. Kieswetter was nominated in England 30 preliminary squad for ICC world cup.
It seems like injuries are not associated with cricket world these days. Before few days back all cricketers and cricket fans were in sorrow on the death of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes. After this one umpire also died on the field during a match. Few more news were on the corner of players serious injury.
Craig Kieswetter has played 46 One Day Internationals for England and he recently appeared in Twenty20 competition. In July he got his nose, eye and cheek injured while playing a county match against Northamptonshire for Somerset. In a released statement Kieswetter said that he is not feeling comfortable with his eyesight and won’t be able to play 2015 cricket season.
He said, “It is really disappointing but my eye is not 100% and this of course is critical in maintaining the levels of performance that I expect of myself. I need to make every effort to resolve the matter and have the best specialist help in that regard.”