‘Master Blaster’ Sachin Tendulkar was underwent an MRI scanning at the Lilavati Hospital on Sunday to clear his doubts regarding his knee injury.
But a source revealed that the wound is not serious and Sachin will play the next scheduled match of the ICC World Cup 2011 against England on 27th February, Sunday.
According to some sources of the hospital, “The MRI scan is clear. There is no problem.”
The medical check up was done as a preventive measure after the batsman complained of pain in his left knee.
The senior player Sachin is likely to join the rest of the Indian squad in Bangalore before the next match of Group B, against England.
Tendulkar had just recovered from injury which forced him to rest in the three matches of the recent 5-match ODI series against South Africa.
Sachin started his World Cup journey with a dissatisfactory score. He was run out at 28 against the host team Bangladesh, although India won the match by 87 runs.