Tendulkar undergoes MRI scan, results clear injury worries

Senior Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar got an injury scare when he experienced uneasiness in his knees, but all doubts soon vanished when MRI scans came out all clear.

Tendulkar underwent an MRI scan last night at the Lilavati Hospital.

“The MRI scan is clear. There is no problem,” a Lilavati hospital spokesperson told PTI on Monday.

Sources said the scan was done as a precautionary measure.

Tendulkar is likely to fly to Bangalore this evening to join the rest of the team for the Group B match against England on February 27 in the World Cup.

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