In a setback to India's 'total domination' approach to their World Cup 2019 campaign, Bhuvneshwar Kumar picked up a hamstring injury and is set to miss the next 2 to 3 games, confirms ESPNcricinfo.

Source: India Today

Bhuvneshwar was forced to leave the field after bowling just 2.4 overs against Pakistan as he suffered from a hamstring niggle, which will keep him out against Afghanistan and West Indies.

Source: Thesportsrush.com

Though skipper Kohli claimed it was a "slight niggle", he further clarified:

It was because of slipping on the foot marks. It doesn't look too serious at the moment. We are going to give it some time. Hopefully he will be ready in a couple of games, if not max by three games from now.
Source: Timesnownews.com

Despite many thinking that this might hurt India in the later stages of the World Cup, Kohli wasn't worried and further reminded everyone about having a replacement ready in Mohd. Shami.

Source: News18.com

Bhuvneshwar Kumar became the second Indian to suffer an injury in the ongoing World Cup campaign after opener Shikhar Dhawan suffered a hairline fracture against Australia.