November 11, 2019
ICC World Cup 2019

Bhuvneshwar Kumar will not be able to play due to a hamstring injury

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Hamstring Injury

Virat Kohli announced after beating Pakistan by 89 runs in world cup match that Bhuvneshwar Kumar will not be able to play due to a hamstring injury for maximum 3 games. Bhuvneshwar Kumar could not continue the match after his third over and left the field during Pakistan’s 336 run chase. He was not feeling well due to tightness in the left hamstring. Bhuvneshwar Kumar was looking stressed and troubled. And he needed time least for three days for recovery.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Hamstring Injury

According to Kohli, Bhuvneshwar Kumar is a crucial factor for team India but he can recover. However, Shami is a good option for us. Hence, there is no worry for us. New bowler Vijay Shankar had bowled remaining over of Bhuvi. He took wicket (LBW) of Imam-ul-Haq in his very first ball for 7 runs. Indian team physio Patric Farhart looked up the right arm bowler and taken him away from the field. Hardik Pandya and Vijaya Shankar bowled remaining overs of Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been an integral part of the team India so far. He took 5 wickets for 94 runs against New Zeeland. However, the good news is that Mohammad Shami is a good pace back up. Shikhar Dhawan is also out of the team for 10 to 12 due to injury on hand by Pat Cummins during the match India vs. Australia. He was out of the team in New Zealand and one match against Pakistan.

Bottom line: Bhuvneshwar Kumar is one of the most important players of the team indicates considered as the backbone of Indian pace attack but he is out of the team due to injury. However, their team India doesn’t need to worry because Mohammad Sami is a good option available and ready to attack the batting lineup of opponent teams. Therefore, Bhuvneshwar Kumar injury is not a big issue for team India