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Jun 20, 2019
7:42PM

No doubt pitch will miss you: PM Modi to Shikhar Dhawan

@PMOIndia
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today joined a host of cricketers to offer his sympathy to injured India opener Shikhar Dhawan. 

In a tweet, the Prime Minister said that there was no doubt the pitch will miss him. 

The Prime Minister hoped that Dhawan will recover at the earliest so that he can once again be back on the field and contribute to more wins for the nation. 

Prime Minister's tweet quoted Dhawan's message in which the left-handed batsman had announced he won't be able to participate any further in the World Cup. Dhawan's World Cup campaign ended with a thumb fracture sustained during the match against Australia.  

Many former cricketers from India and abroad also offered words of sympathy for Dhawan, wishing him a quick recovery.
 

 Dhawan has been replaced by young Rishabh Pant in the Indian squad.

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