After Shikhar Dhawan’s exit from the World Cup, PM Narendra Modi said, ‘will miss the pitch’ – One Gujarat

New Delhi: India’s opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan has been ruled out of the 2019 World Cup due to injury. Shikhar Dhawan has injured his left thumb. Dhawan was emotional about being knocked out of the World Cup and he shared a message with his fans, the people of the country, via video. The whole country is working for Dhawan to get better soon. Meanwhile, PM Narendra Modi has boosted Shikhar Dhawan’s confidence.

Narendra Modi wrote in his tweet, “Dear Dhawan, there is no doubt that the pitch will miss you, but I hope you get better soon so that you will be seen on the field once again and contribute runs for the country.”

Earlier on Wednesday, Dhawan said in his tweet that he was “very emotional” to say that he was not a part of the 2019 World Cup. Unfortunately my toe injury is not healing in time but India’s victory march should continue. I am grateful to my teammates, cricket fans and the people of the country who gave me love and support. Jai Hind. “

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