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South Africa got big bad news before the World Cup

Only 27 days left for England to start the World Cup. But before the start of the Ashes, one of the injured thabs got worried about one of the most successful South Africa team. Dale Steyn, the star paceman, returned home with the injury after a few days ago with the IPL being unfinished. It is not yet certain whether the right-arm fast bowler can play the World Cup or not. The team's main strike bowler Kagiso Rabada injuries have already become a new concern. This is the fastest pacer in the back of the back injury this season. The uncertainty has happened in his World Cup game.

Rowda was in the form of a good form for the IPL in this year's IPL. The ball was caught by fire and took 25 wickets in 12 matches. He is also the highest wicket-taker bowler in the current edition. He missed the match against Chennai Super Kings on Wednesday. His franchisee was informed that he could not play due to a minor injury. But then, after the big bad news, Rowda herself appeared. He said he was going back home due to injury.

"It is a matter of great disappointment for me to leave the Delhi capitals at this stage of the tournament and it is a matter of great disappointment for me to return to South Africa. But only one month left to come to the World Cup, we have to make this decision. "

Ravindra has done a great job this season for Delhi. After a lot of years after playing a big role in bringing Delhi to the play-off round, the pacer said goodbye to the team and said, "It was a great season for the capitals. As it is in the field, it is also out of the field. I believe our team will win the title. "

There is no one who fits the pace of South Africa's World Cup team pace, due to Kagiso Rabada injuries. Dale Steyn and Luigi Engie, who are in the World Cup squad, are suffering from injuries. Another pacer, Enrique Norrey, is already out of the field due to shoulder injury.

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