World Cup 2019- Kohli injured three days before match against South Africa

The Indian team’s first World Cup match is to be held on June 5 from South Africa. Three days before the match, Team India captain Virat Kohli was injured during practice session. During his practice session on Saturday, he suffered a thumb in his right hand. However, team sources told the news agency that there is no problem. Before Kohli, Vijay Shankar and Kedar Jadhav were also injured. Both have been declared fit, but in the first encounter, they suspect playing. The reason is that Shankar did not play practice matches against New Zealand. At the same time, Kedar remained out of both warm-up matches.

After injury, Kohli spoke with team physio Patrick Farhat for a long time and took treatment from them. Farhat first sprayed his injured thumb on his thumb. After the practice session, Kohli looked at the thumb with ice cream. While going out of the field, he had a glass of ice in his hand, in which he threw his thumb.

BCCI does not provide information about injury

It is not known about the injury that Virat suffered so far that he was injured during batting or during fielding. There is currently no official information about the injury to Virat from the BCCI.

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