England’s Spinner Jack Leach Admitted to Hospital Due to Gastroenteritis During NZ vs ENG 2nd Test Match 2019
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England's left-handed orthodox spinner Jack Leach has been admitted to hospital after suffering gastroenteritis during New Zealand vs England 2nd Test 2019. Leach, however, was not in the playing XI of this match. He bagged two wickets in the previous Test Match against New Zealand. Leach left the stadium after the 1st session of NZ vs ENG 2nd Test, 2019 as he was feeling unwell. Leach is likely to stay in the hospital overnight. New Zealand Vs England, Live Cricket Score 2nd Test Match.

Jack Leach is having gastroenteritis problem inflammation of the stomach and intestines, typically resulting from bacterial toxins or viral infection and causing vomiting and diarrhoea. England is currently in a troublesome situation as they have lost two wickets at the score of 39 runs at stumps on Day 2. New Zealand pacers Tim Southee and Matt Henry bagged wickets of Dominic Sibley and Joe Denly. Earlier England skipper Joe Root won the toss and elected to bowl first, where the home team made 375 runs. Tom Latham scored a century and there were also half-centuries made by BJ Watling, Ross Taylor and Daryl Mitchell which helped New Zealand reached a competitive total.

Jack Leach Admitted to Hospital 

New Zealand team led by Kane Williamson currently leads the series by 1-0. They are currently ranked at number two position in ICC World Test Championship 2019-21. New Zealand team very much has the upper hand in the on-going Test Match and will look forward to wrapping up the series by 2-0.