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Hardik’s injury not serious, available for quarter-finals

Hardik’s injury not serious, available for quarter-finals

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Hardik, who scored the only goal in India’s opening match against Spain on January 13 in Rourkela, was injured during the match played against England on January 15. On Tuesday, he was seen kicking a football during practice.

Indian hockey team midfielder Hardik Singh’s hamstring injury is not serious, according to his medical report, although he is doubtful for the World Cup against Wales on Thursday, but he will be available for the match if India qualify for the quarter-finals. There is a possibility. Hardik, who scored the only goal in India’s opening match against Spain on January 13 in Rourkela, was injured during the match played against England on January 15. On Tuesday, he was seen kicking a football during practice.

After the team’s practice, young striker Abhishek told PTI, “He (Hardik) should be fit.” His MRI has been done and it is fine. He has minor injuries. There is a slight strain in his muscles. He should be fit by the quarter-finals. “He said,” I cannot say whether he will be able to play against Wales or not. There are still two days left in the match and it depends on how quickly he recovers from the injury.” Senior midfielder Manpreet Singh said that Hardik needs rest and will be back soon. He said, “Hardik is fine now. His injury is not serious but he needs some rest. Hope he returns soon.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from PTI-language feed.



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