London - Lungi Ngidi has a hamstring strain and will not bowl again in South Africa's World Cup clash against Bangladesh at The Oval.
It is a massive blow for the Proteas, who already have Dale Steyn out with an injured shoulder while Hashim Amla missed out on Sunday as he continues his recovery from the head knock he took against England on Thursday.
Ngidi left the field after bowling just four overs.
He had struggled with the new ball, carding figures of 0/34 as Bangladesh got off to a flying start.
With South Africa set for a testing run chase later on Sunday, Ngidi could still feature with the bat should he be required.
Sport24 will bring you further updates on the severity of the injury as they become available.
@LloydBurnard is in England covering the 2019 Cricket World Cup for Sport24 ...