Cricket fraternity wishes speedy recovery to Rishabh Pant after his fiery car accident

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  • Rishabh Pant got severely injured during a car crash on the Delhi-Dehradun highway.

  • Cricketers from all corners wished the wicketkeeper-batter a speedy recovery.

Cricket fraternity wishes speedy recovery to Rishabh Pant after his fiery car accident
Rishabh Pant was hospitalised after a car accident (Image Source: Twitter)

Indian cricket star Rishabh Pant was hospitalised after the car he was travelling in met with an accident on National Highway 58 near Roorkee. Pant was driving the car himself, and the crash took place around 5.30 am when he reportedly felt sleepy, lost control of the car, and it hit the divider.

It is understood that Pant has suffered injuries on the head, along with ligament injury on the right ankle. However, he is said to be out of danger now. Following Pant’s horrific incident, cricketers from across the globe prayed for the wicketkeeper-batter’s speedy recovery on social media.

“Praying for Rishabh Pant. Thankfully he is out of danger. Wishing @RishabhPant17 a very speedy recovery. Get well soon, Champ,” tweeted former India cricketer VVS Laxman.

“Our prayers are with you @RishabhPant17”, tweeted West Indies star, Nicholas Pooran.

“Wishing dear @RishabhPant17 a super speedy recovery. Bahut hi Jald swasth ho jaao,” wrote former India opener Virender Sehwag.

“Thinking of @RishabhPant17. Hope you’re on the mend and back on your feet soon,” tweeted former Australian captain and currently the coach of Delhi Capitals, Ricky Ponting.

“Thoughts and prayers with Rishabh Pant. Get well soon, brother @RishabhPant17,” wrote Bangladesh captain Litton Das.

“I hope you are ok, bhai praying for your quick recovery get well soon, champ @RishabhPant17,” tweeted Afghanistan’s newly appointed T20I skipper Rashid Khan.

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