India all-rounder Vijay Shankar on Monday was ruled out of the 2019 World Cup with a toe injury. Vijay was struck on his toe by a Jasprit Bumrah yorker, which resulted in a fracture to his left toe, rendering him unavailable for the rest of the tournament.

Last week, Vijay had shrugged off a toe injury after being hit by Bumrah during the nets, to make his World Cup debut against Afghanistan. He also played against the West Indies.

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Vijay’s World Cup participation, too, had come under a cloud after he was hit on his forearm by a Khaleel Ahmed bouncer in the lead up to the warm-up games. He, however, had recovered.