Shikhar Dhawan was officially controlled out of the World Cup on Wednesday, precisely 10 days after the Indian opener was hit on his left hand by a Pat Cummins conveyance during India’s match against Australia. Rishabh Pant, who was quickly brought to England as a back-up while the Indian group the executives held up thumb and foot on Dhawan to recuperate, has now been named as Dhawan’s substitution in India’s 15-man squad.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has affirmed that the Event Technical Committee of the Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 has endorsed Rishabh Pant as a traded player for Shikhar Dhawan in India’s squad for the rest of the competition, an announcement from the worldwide body said. What maybe incited the group the board to at last make a declaration on Dhawan’s damage was the way that even Bhuvneshwar Kumar is harmed.
India would have had just 13 players to choose from in the Afghanistan game on June 22 if Pant was not acquired as a substitution. Bhuvneshwar is out of three matches with a hamstring niggle. “Bhuvneshwar is being surveyed by group physio Patrick Farhart,” group’s coach Shankar Basu said.
The Indian group was found in gatherings of fours and talking about the loss of Dhawan minutes before the declaration was made, while Dhawan himself was in the overhang of the changing area, a white cast folded over his left hand and his correct hand squeezing a telephone to his ear. Notwithstanding the cast, Dhawan had conveyed drinks for the group in the Pakistan game in Manchester, and that tragically will be his last contribution with the side at this World Cup.