London: Ahead of India's second World Cup warm-up match against Bangladesh on Tuesday, all-rounder Vijay Shankar has returned to the net and batted comfortably during practice.The BCCI official twitter account on Monday shared this news by posting a video of the crickter's net practice.
''He was hit on the forearm at The Oval and we are delighted to see @vijayshankar260 back in the nets. #TeamIndia", BCCI's official twitter handle posted.Earlier, Vijay got injured during the first practice session on Friday while attempting a pull against left-arm fast bowler Khaleel Ahmed.
As a precautionary measure,Vijay also did not take any part in the India's first warm-up game against New Zealand which India lost by 6 wickets on Saturday.
India will look for the win against Bangladesh in their second and final warm-up game before the beginning of their Cricket World Cup campaign against South Africa at Southampton on June 5.(UNI)