Harmed Hardik Pandya To Miss India’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Match Against New Zealand: Sources

India all-rounder Hardik Pandya is probably going to miss the group’s Reality Cup 2023 match against New Zealand, which will be played in Dharamsala on Sunday, October 22. Hardik limped off the pitch during India’s match against Bangladesh subsequent to winding his lower leg. During the ninth over of the Bangladesh innings, Pandya attempted to prevent a shot from Litton Das with his right leg however wound up sneaking simultaneously. He landed ungracefully to his left side leg and the physio needed to hurry to the field as Pandya searched in torment. The BCCI later affirmed that Hardik was taken for examines, and is being observed by the clinical group.

In any case, the BCCI has now affirmed that Hardik will miss Sunday’s down against New Zealand in Dharamsala. He is probably going to join the group in Lucknow, in front of India’s match against Britain on Sunday, October 29.

“Group India bad habit skipper Hardik Pandya supported a physical issue on his left side lower leg while handling on his own bowling during India’s match against Bangladesh at the Maharashtra Cricket Affiliation Arena, Pune. The all-rounder was taken for checks and is exhorted rest. He will be under the steady management of the BCCI Clinical Group. He won’t be taking the trip to Dharamsala with the group on twentieth October and will presently join the group straightforwardly in Lucknow where India play Britain,” BCCI said in an explanation.

On Thursday, India crushed Bangladesh by seven wickets in Pune.

With four successes in four matches, India is in the second spot in the focuses table with eight places. New Zealand is at the top with a superior net-run-rate.

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