Team India Fears serious injury before IND vs NZ

Team India Fears Serious Injury Before IND vs NZ World Cup Semifinal. Prior to their World Cup 2023 semifinal match, Team India had a serious injury scare. Their new ball bowler Mohammed Siraj hurt himself trying to take a catch during their last league encounter against the Netherlands at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. 

After the ball exploded through his hands and struck him in the throat, he was forced to exit the field. When the incident occurred, Siraj was positioned at long-on under Kuldeep Yadav’s bowling in the 15th over of the innings.

Although there has not been any official confirmation from official sources regarding the extent’s of Siraj’s injury, if it turn out to be serious one, it will be a huge blow to team India, who play New Zealand in their semifinal on wednesday at Mumbai Wankhede’s stadium. 

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A quick turnaround between these two teams would reduce India’s prospects of recovering from anything more than a minor setback. They would also prefer not to be forced to interrupt their winning streak and bench a bowler that is playing well. 

Regarding the IND vs. NED match, at Bengaluru, India chose to bat first after winning the toss. They reached 410/4 thanks to hundreds from KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer and half-centuries from Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, and Virat Kohli. In retaliation, Siraj gave India an early lead before the Dutch hitters demonstrated some resolve prior to the injury event. Kohli rolled his arms over after Siraj was taken off the pitch later in the game.

It’s unclear if it was done to make up for the overs Siraj won’t be able to bowl in the event that he is unable to return. In the match, he has bowled 4 overs at 1 for 24. Even in his second over, Kohli took a wicket, much to the delightful Chinnaswamy stadium. 

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