Australia batsman Steve Smith has been ruled out of the third Ashes Test at Headingley due to concussion.
Smith, 30, was withdrawn on day five of the second Test at Lord’s after showing delayed symptoms from being hit in the neck by a 92mph bouncer from Jofra Archer the previous afternoon.
The former Australia captain retired hurt after being floored by Archer’s short ball but came back to complete his innings after less than an hour off the field.
He did not appear to be fully in control on his return to the crease and was out leg before wicket soon after.
The batsman had uncharacteristically played no shot to a straight ball from Chris Woakes and called for a review of the decision while walking to the pavilion.
Smith, the number two batsman in world cricket on the International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings, has scored 144, 142 and 92 in his three innings in the series to date.