Is Mark Boucher half blind?
Former South Africa wicketkeeper Mark Boucher could regain most of the sight in his left eye after a freak accident tore his retina, his doctor said on Thursday. Johannesburg: Doctors had feared he would be left totally blind in the damaged eye, but the prognosis has improved over time.
Did Boucher play for England?
After an international career that lasted almost 15 years, the end was desperately unfortunate, as Boucher was forced to announce his retirement after being hit in the eye by a bail in a warm-up game on the tour to England in 2012, which would have been his last series anyway.
Who is the best cricket wicket keeper in the world?
So, here are the greatest wicketkeepers of all time.
- Adam Gilchrist (Australia) Jersey Number: 18.
- Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) Jersey Number: 11.
- MS Dhoni (India) Jersey Number: 7.
- Mark Boucher (South Africa)
- Ian Healy (Australia)
- Brad Haddin (Australia)
- Brendon McCullum (New Zealand)
- Jeff Dujon (West Indies)
Is Jacque Kallis married?
Charlene Engelsm. 2019
(All pictures courtesy/ Jacques Kallis Instagram and Charlene Engels Instagram) Jacques Kallis and Charlene got married in 2019. On March 11, 2020, Kallis and Charlene had a son and named him Joshua. Jacques Kallis has a total of 45 Test centuries and 58 fifties.
Does Mark Boucher lost his eye?
Boucher suffered a serious eye injury on 9 July 2012, after being struck on his left eye by a bail. Following surgery to the eyeball, Boucher was ruled out of the rest of the tour. Due to the severity of the injury, Boucher—who had planned to retire at the end of the tour—retired from International Cricket on 10 July.
What happened Boucher?
The Toronto Raptors announced Friday that forward Chris Boucher sustained a sprained MCL in his left knee. The injury occurred in the fourth quarter of Wednesday’s victory over Brooklyn. Boucher will be out until the team departs for an upcoming West Coast trip (Apr.