Dwayne Bravo's World Cup hardly got off to the kind of start he imagined as he suffered a knee injury during his side's seven-wicket defeat to South Africa and he was ruled out of the majority of the second innings.
He bowled just 2.1 overs before suffering the injury, and he is pictured above being helped from the field by members of the West Indies' support staff. He had earlier hit a boundary-laden 40 in just 37 balls before his side were bowled out for 222.
South Africa eventually reached their target well inside their allotted 50 overs with AB de Villiers unbeaten on 107.
Bravo is set to undergo a scan to determine the extent of the injury and whether he will be able to play any further part in the tournament.
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