Australian captain was badly injured by a dog, needed 50 stitches, had to undergo surgery, reveals Alyssa Healy

Mumbai. Alyssa Healy, who took charge of the Australian women's team during the Test tour to India, has made a big revelation about her life. The Australian cricketer said on Wednesday that the index finger of his right hand was seriously injured after being bitten by a Staffordshire Terrier dog. After which a surgery was done and 50 stitches were applied.

It has been almost two months since this incident and wicketkeeper batsman Healy says that he is excited to return to the field.

She is the captain of the Australian team for the Test and white ball series and will also do wicketkeeping. In October, Healy suffered a serious injury to her hand while trying to separate two puppies of a Staffordshire terrier dog.

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