Pant and Rahul on crutches after surgery (Photo: Instagram/ Rishabh Pant/KL Rahul)
New Delhi: A few days ago, Rishabh Pant’s picture with crutches made headlines. Now the same picture of KL Rahul has also come to the fore. KL Rahul has posted his first post-surgery picture on social media, in which he is seen walking with the help of crutches.
In IPL 2023, KL Rahul was the captain of Lucknow Super Giants. In a match of the same season, he was badly injured while fielding at the boundary. There was an injury in his thighs. At first he was out of some matches. But then when the seriousness of his injury was revealed in the investigation report, the surgery was done.
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KL Rahul was seen walking with the help of crutches
KL Rahul is not alone in the pictures shared on social media after surgery. His wife Athiya is also with him. In the first picture, KL Rahul is seen walking on a foreign road with the help of crutches. Athiya is also with him in the second photo. While in the third photo, he is seen walking with the help of a walker.
Pant was also seen with the help of crutches
Let us inform that earlier a similar picture of Rishabh Pant also went viral on social media, in which he too was seen walking with the help of crutches. That picture was shared by Pant himself. More recently, when Pant reached Baisakhi to support Delhi Capitals in IPL.
KL Rahul will stay away from cricket for now
Rishabh Pant was injured in a road accident. However, he is now on recovery. It is also clear from the pictures of KL Rahul that his injury is also improving. However, it will take two to three months for him to recover completely.
KL Rahul has to be ruled out of IPL 2023 due to thigh injury. Apart from this, he has also been dropped from the final team of the World Test Championship. Ishan Kishan has been selected in his place in the team.
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