Indian players are suffering from brain injury
An estimated 6,000 players in the Indian football team are suffering a range of symptoms from head injuries, according to a report in the New Indian Express.
The report cites the doctors who were called to the field after the India’s second-half win against New Zealand.
“The players were complaining of headaches, headaches and fatigue.
The players have also had difficulty swallowing, breathing and even difficulty with coordination.
Some of the players also had pain on the back of their neck,” a source told the newspaper.
The players have been given oxygen, but have not been given proper care for their injuries, the report says.
“We have seen players who have lost consciousness.
We have also seen players suffering from dizziness, lightheadedness and lightheaded pupils,” the source said.”
We have also received a number of reports of severe headaches and headaches.
We also have seen several cases of a person falling from the pitch,” he said.
India’s World Cup qualifier against South Africa is on March 25 in Dhaka.