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World Cup 2019: Hamstring worry for pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Mid-Day Monday, 17 June 2019
*Manchester:* India suffered yet another injury scare after senior pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar suffered a hamstring niggle while bowling against Pakistan in their World Cup game here Sunday. According to BCCI media team, Bhuvneshwar suffered "tightness in his left hamstring" which forced him to leave the field after bowling 2.4...
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News video: World CUP 2019 |Bhuvneshwar out for next 2-3 games, confirms Kohli

World CUP 2019 |Bhuvneshwar out for next 2-3 games, confirms Kohli 01:40

Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who suffered a hamstring injury against Pakistan, will be sidelined for a maximum of three games in the ongoing World Cup, skipper Virat Kohli has confirmed. Kumar injured his hamstring while bowling the fourth ball of his second over and had to walk off the field...

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