Bhuvenshwar Kumar will be out of the playing eleven for 2-3 matches after a niggle, Virat was not out and he walked, MS Dhoni becomes the second most capped Indian player.
The most awaited game of the group stage of World Cup 2019 finally happened amid the raining scare and India emerged victoriously. Here are top three things you must know after India continued their winning run against Pakistan in World Cup games.
Bhuvneshwar picked up a hamstring niggle while bowling in the match.
The strike bowler for India Bhuvneshwar Kumar is ruled out for upcoming two-three matches in World Cup. Bhuvneshwar Kumar picked up the hamstring niggle when he was bowling 4th over of his spell after failing to land his foot right in while delivering the ball. Virat Kohli confirmed his injury and said he could be out of the game for two or maybe three matches. Mohammad Shami will fill his place in the playing eleven.
In the last match, Virat Kohli was given out caught behind on the bouncer from Mohammad Amir but in the replay, we saw that there was no contact between the bat and the ball. There was a misleading sound from the handle of Bat which made Virat think that he nicked the ball so he didn’t use the DRS and went back to pavilion.
— Rahul (@Legendelof) June 16, 2019
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MS Dhoni becomes the second most capped player for India in ODI
MS Dhoni became the second most capped player for India in ODI after the match between India and Pakistan. He surpassed the former captain Rahul Dravid’s 340 appearances in blue colors and now has played 341 matches. He is only behind to the Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar who tops the list in the world with 463 appearances for India. The veteran Wicket-keeper batsman has scored 10,562 runs with an average of 50.3 in ODI cricket. He has hit 10 centuries and 71 half-centuries in his 15 years long International Career.
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