DNP Desk: The England team has suffered a major setback in the ICC T20 World Cup. In fact, the explosive opener of the England team, Jason Rai, has been out of the tournament due to injury. So far, the England cricket team, which has shown a great game in the league match of the ICC T20 World Cup, has suffered a major setback. It is worth noting that the England team, which has made a place in the semi-finals, has to lose a big player in the form of explosive opener Jason Rai due to injury before this big match. The official announcement of the said thing has been made by the England Cricket Board. The board said in the announcement of the said thing that Jason Rai has been ruled out of the remaining matches due to injury from this World Cup.
Let us tell you that he was injured during the last league match played against South Africa. On Saturday, he had a severe injury in his match, after which he was taken for a scan.
After the match, he was seen walking on the field with the help of crutches. After the end of the match, he reached the ground to shake hands with all the players. The England team has suffered a setback due to Jason’s exit before the crucial World Cup match.
Today, the last match of Kohli as T20 captain, Ravi Shastri will also be farewell
The Indian team, already out of the race for the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup, will play its last match against Namibia today. For India and Namibia, this match has remained a mere formality as both the teams are already out of the race for the semi-finals of the World Cup. However, this match is important for the Indian team as today the pair of Indian captain Virat Kohli and head coach Ravi Shastri will be seen together on the field for the last time, while captain Kohli has already announced that he will join Team India in T20 after the T20 World Cup. The captain will no longer be there while Shastri’s tenure as coach will end after the World Cup. The Indian team would definitely like to give a good farewell to Ravi Shastri by winning this match.
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