Moises breaks his jaw in T20 fielding clash

STAR New South Wales all-rounder Moises Henriques's English summer could be over after he broke his jaw in three places in a sickening outfield collision.

Henriques (pictured) and Surrey teammate Rory Burns went for the same catch in a T20 match against Sussex at the picturesque Arundel Castle ground.

Henriques was caught by Burns' knee, while the

Englishman ended up with lacerations on the top of his head and below his eye.

The match was abandoned after both players were knocked unconscious in the incident. Both were placed on spinal boards and put in neck braces before being lifted into waiting ambulances.

Despite the horrific nature of the injuries, Surrey director and former England wicketkeeper Alec Stewart said both men were in good spirits.

"Both are chatting and doing okay," he tweeted.



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