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Hardik Pandya not bowl in the Bangladesh game in Pune

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Hardik Pandya got his injury. And he went off the field immediately.

Hardik Pandya, BCCI makes statement

The Indian team’s star allrounder Hardik Pandya got injury while bowling. He immediately went off the field. After leaving the field he was taken for the scans at the local hospital. The BCCI also a gave an announcement that the allrounder won’t make it field. He bowled only three bowls in his over. The former Indian captain Virat Kohli had to roll his arms for the remaining balls of the over. The Indian team management and the cricket fans hope that the injury of Pandya is not very serious and he returns to the field quickly.

“Hardik Pandya’s injury is being assessed at the moment and he is being taken for scans,”. The BCCI said in a statement on allrounder Hardik Pandya.

While on commentary duty for the World Cup encounter. The former England cricketer Nasser Hussain said on-air that Hardik would not be taking the field for India during the remaining Bangladesh innings. However, he pointes out that Pandya could only bat for India against Bangladesh after 120 minutes or five wickets. As a replacement, Suryakumar Yadav stepped in, serving as a substitute fielder for the World Cup hosts in Pune. Furthermore, in an unexpected turn, former India skipper Virat Kohli rolled his arms, marking his first bowling performance in six years at the World Cup as he completed Pandya’s over.

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