New Zealand paceman Lockie Ferguson will miss the rest of the T20 World Cup after suffering a torn calf.
The Black Caps quick felt tightness in his right calf following a training session on Monday and went for a scan ahead of Tuesday's match against Pakistan at Sharjah Cricket Stadium.
Ferguson has sustained a grade two tear and will need up to four weeks to recover, so the 30-year-old will play no part in New Zealand's quest to be crowned world champions.
Adam Milne will replace Ferguson in the 15-man squad once his selection has been approved by the ICC.
New Zealand head coach Gary Stead said: "It's a real shame for Lockie to have this happen on the eve of the tournament and the entire team is really feeling for him right now.
"He's a massive part of our T20 side and as been in such good form - so to lose him at this time is a blow.
"However, we are fortunate to have a like for like replacement in the form of Adam who has been with the squad training for the past two weeks."
Ferguson has taken 24 wickets in 13 matches for his country in the shortest format an average of 13.16.