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Pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been ruled out of India's, at least, next two World Cup games after developing a niggle in his left hamstring during the clash against Pakistan at Manchester.

The paceman walked off the field without completing his third over and India skipper Virat Kohli confirmed that he will be replaced by Mohammed Shami in the following games. 

India's next three games are against Afghanistan on 22nd June, West Indies on June 27 and England on June 30.

It is second big jolt for India as opener Shikhar Dhawan has already been ruled out of a few games due to a thumb injury, sustain during the match against Australia.



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