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Pandya’s scan report being sent to a specialist in Mumbai

The Indian group should sit tight for something like another day to get an unmistakable image of Hardik Pandya’s physical issue circumstance. The all-rounder bent his left lower leg and could bowl just three conveyances in the Bangladesh innings in Pune on Thursday (October 19).

The injury happened during the 10th over of the match, and Hardik’s first finished, when he attempted to stop the ball with his leg on the completion. He tottered off the field with the care staff and the over was in the long run finished by Virat Kohli.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India  (BCCI) had reported that Pandya went for a sweep, and the outcomes are forthcoming. Cricbuzz comprehends that the output reports are being shipped off to an expert in Mumbai, and further activity will be resolved in light of the evaluation from the Mumbai specialist.

In the wake of going through checks, Pandya got back to the ground. It is perceived that he would have batted if necessary, in spite of the fact that it wasn’t required as India serenely pursued down the 257-run target set by Bangladesh, dominating the match by seven wickets.

Rohit Sharma minimized the seriousness of the injury, saying, “He pulled up a piece sore, nothing truly major to stress over. We’ll perceive the way he feels tomorrow first thing and afterward plan how to proceed.”

Pandya's scan report being sent to a specialist in Mumbai

The captain’s consolation regardless, sources in the loop doesn’t preclude resting him for the following match against New Zealand in Dharamsala on October 22.

It has been learned that Pandya is encountering critical torment in his lower leg. The aggravation was serious to such an extent that he was unable to finish the over in the Bangladesh innings after bending the lower leg.

Following the game, KL Rahul got some information about Pandya’s condition, and the wicketkeeper-batsman expressed that he has no data on his colleague’s physical issue status. “I just saw him in the changing area now. The clinical group ought to have a few updates, maybe this evening or I don’t have the foggiest idea,” Rahul said during the post-match communication.

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