India on Tuesday put Shikhar Dhawan under observation over a hand injury that could sideline the batsman for at least two weeks at the World Cup. Dhawan's injury is a blow to Virat Kohli's side, who will play New Zealand on Thursday before taking on arch rivals Pakistan in Manchester on Sunday.
- Dhawan was hit on his left thumb by a Pat Cummins delivery early in his innings against Australia at the Oval on Sunday.
- Dhawan batted with some discomfort initially before settling down to score a scintillating 117.
- Apparently, the injury was more serious than it initially ...
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