The captain of Pakistan's blind cricket team, Zeeshan Abbasi, needed hospital treatment on Saturday after drinking cleaning fluid that he mistook for mineral water at his hotel in India.
Captain of the Pakistan blind cricket team Zeeshan Abbasi at a local hospital in Bangalore on December 8. Abbasi drank phenyl cleaning solution, after mistaking it for a water bottle, and was rushed to a hospital but was discharged after medical examination.
Doctors examined Abbasi, a fast bowler who is leading Pakistan's team in the Blind World Twenty-20 World Cup Cricket Tournament in the southern city of Bangalore, and pronounced him fit to play.
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