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Punjab marred with double injury in second half of IPL


Punjab marred with double injury in second half of IPL
"Moises went on to take a catch during warm-ups and injured his ankle while Mujeeb picked up a shoulder injury during the match. Both are awaiting further results," said KXIP in a statement. Image Credit: Twitter (@IPL)

Kings XI Punjab players Moises Henriques and Mujeeb Ur Rahman have picked up injuries, giving their team a minor scare in the second half of the IPL. While Henriques, who was set to make his KXIP debut, injured himself during the warm-up before the game against Rajasthan Royals, Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb hurt his shoulder in the match played on Tuesday.

"Moises went on to take a catch during warm-ups and injured his ankle while Mujeeb picked up a shoulder injury during the match. Both are awaiting further results," said KXIP in a statement. KXIP won the game by 12 runs and now have 10 points from nine games.

(With inputs from agencies.)

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