Virat Kohli hurts his thumb during the practice session

Virat Kohli hurts his thumb during the practice session

Virat Kohli hurts his thumb during the practice session(pic source : Twitter)

India will be the last team to start their world cup 2019 campaign on June 5 against South Africa. South Africa have already played one match against England and lost the match. Today South Africa will play their second match of world cup 2019 against Bangladesh. South Africa will feature in their third game of the tournament against India. Virat Kohli will lead the Indian side.

But before the first match of India, Virat Kohli hurts his thumb during the practice session. Indian team’s physiotherapist Patrick Farhart checked the Kohli’s situation. Virat Kohli was looking to carry a glass of ice to the relief of his pain.

India will start their world cup 2019 campaign against South Africa on June 5 after that India will play against Australia on June 9. Before the South Africa match, Kedar Jadhav’s Fitness is a big concern for team India. Kedar could not play the warm-up matches. He injured during the Indian premier league 2019. Because of injury, he could not play the playoffs matches of IPL 2019. He played for Chennai super kings in the Indian premier league 2019. MS Dhoni scored a century in the second warm-up match, so it’s good news for team India. He can look in good touch.

Team India’s world cup 2019 schedule and Squad

Sanjay Manjerkar picks his team India’s XI for South Africa match

kL Rahul scored a century in the second warm-up match, but Sanjay Manjerkar could not select him in his first choice XI. Sanjay wants that Vijay Shankar bat at number 4 for team Indian in the ICC cricket world cup 2019. In his XI, two spinners and three fast bowlers were selected. Bhuvenshawr kumara could not find the place in His XI.

Hers is the Sanjay Manjrekar’s XI:

Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli (C), Vijay Shankar, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni (wk), Hardik Pandya, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal

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