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Asia Cup 2018, India vs Pakistan: Hardik Pandya stretchered off after suffering freak injury

DNA Wednesday, 19 September 2018
India suffered a major setback in their 2018 Asia Cup clash with Pakistan on Wednesday. Hardik Pandya had to be stretchered off after suffering a freak injury.

The incident happened in the final ball of the 18th over, Pandya bowled the delivery and immediately fell to the ground. He looked unconscious and wasn't moving much....
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