Dhoni ruled out of tri-series due to Hamstring Injury

Monday, 1 July 2013

MS Dhoni has been ruled our for the rest of the matches in West Indies Tri-series Tournament after he got injury in his right hamstring during the 2nd match of the tournament against West Indies on Sunday. Dhoni received treatment on the field during his innings of 27 and did not take the field in the second innings. He may also be unavailable for the five-match ODI series against Zimbabwe which begins on July 24 in Harare.

Broada batsman Ambati Rayudu has been replaced Dhoni. Rayudu, who is yet to debut for India in international cricket, has scored 1824 runs, including one century and 14 fifties, in List-A cricket at an average of 35.07.

Virat Kohli has been lead the team in the remaining matches of the West Indies tri-series as captain who captained India in Dhoni's absence in the second innings at Sabina Park on Sunday. Dinesh Karthik Will continue to keep wickets.


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