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Doctors are confident retired South Africa wicketkeeper Mark Boucher will regain sight in his left eye after his career-ending injury.
Mark Boucher underwent a second operation on his damaged left eye on July 19, and surgeons are encouraged by the outcome.
Andrew Strauss extended his sympathies to Mark Boucher after the South Africa wicket-keeper was forced into international retirement.
South Africa wicketkeeper Mark Boucher's tour of England has been cut short after he suffered a serious eye injury.
South Africa wicketkeeper Mark Boucher is a doubt for the upcoming Test series with England after suffering an "eyeball rupture".
Ryan Sidebottom praised England's fighting qualities on a frustrating day three for the tourists in Johannesburg.