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Cricket World Cup 2023: Injured Hardik Pandya rushed to Bengaluru hospital, say reports Hardik Pandya
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Cricket World Cup 2023: Injured Hardik Pandya rushed to Bengaluru hospital, say reports

IBNS | @indiablooms | 20 Oct 2023, 11:53 am

Indian cricket vice-captain Hardik Pandya, who was injured during the India-Bangladesh league match in the Cricket World Cup 2023 on Thursday, has been rushed to a hospital in Bengaluru, media reports said.

Pandya will be treated by a specialist doctor from England at National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, a report by The Indian Express said.

The allrounder twisted his ankle while he was trying to stop a drive by Bangladeshi batter Liton Das during India-Bangladesh match in Pune on Thursday.

Pandya immediately left the field and missed the remainder of the match.

He is likely to miss India's next World Cup match against New Zealand due to be played on Sunday.

Meanwhile, India maintained their unbeaten run in the ongoing World Cup outplaying Bangladesh by seven wickets, riding on Virat Kohli's 103 not out.

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