South Africa hit the cricket team before the World Cup

South Africa hit the cricket team before the World Cup

London: The South Africa cricket team has been hit before the World Cup and the team’s most fast bowler Dale Stein went out of the opening due to the engines.
South Africa’s fast bowler Dale Stein has suffered a shoulder injury and will not be able to attend the World Cup’s first match, which will be played between South Africa and host England.
The idea was that Dale Stein had recently suffered a shoulder injury during the Indian Premier League in India.
South African cricket coach Otto Gibson has confirmed that Dale Stein is not fully fit and he will not attend the first match against England.
He said that the World Cup is a 6-week tournament so we do not have to worry in this matter, we have 14 players, one of which will be selected.
The opening match of the World Cup will be played on May 30 between host England and South Africa, Australia will defend its honor in the Mega event.

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