England all-rounder Chris Woakes cut a frustrated figure after injury saw him ruled out of the remainder of the Champions Trophy.
The paceman bowled just two overs at the start of hosts England's eight-wicket opening win over Bangladesh at the Oval on Thursday before suffering a side strain that has ruled him out of the rest of a tournament featuring the world's top eight one-day international teams.
Woakes was formally ruled out by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on Friday, with the Warwickshire all-rounder saying: "More than anything, it's really frustrating.
"It's a tough one to take, right at the start of a tournament which we have been building up to as a team for a while.
"We've had our eyes on the Champions Trophy for a while now as a team and we were coming into the tournament in good form.
"The toughest thing as a bowler is having to come off after only bowling a couple of overs.
"Leaving the guys out there with almost 10 men is difficult to take, so I'm really pleased the boys managed to get over the line with a win."
The 28-year-old feared his involvement in England's latest bid to win a maiden major ODI trophy was over even before his bowling stint in south London was at an end.
"I finished two overs but it was probably on the third or fourth ball of the second over that it felt like something had become tight in my side," he said.
"I managed to finish the over but by the last ball I knew that something really wasn't right. To a certain extent, it felt like someone was sticking a knife in my side. That was why I didn't come back out.
"I knew yesterday (Thursday) that it wasn't going to be good news. It was then a matter of seeing how bad it would be on the scan results."
Woakes and fellow all-rounder Ben Stokes were allowed to miss England's recent home ODI series with South Africa to play in the Indian Premier League.
Stokes has since struggled with a knee injury while Woakes was rested against South Africa as he recovered from a thigh problem.
But Woakes insisted his injuries could not be blamed on the time he spent playing in the lucrative Twenty20 competition.
"When I came back from the IPL, my body felt as good as it can be," he said.
"There were no signs of my side being tight or sore before the game yesterday, so it's just one of those things and you have to take it on the chin."
Woakes now faces a race to be fit in time for the start of the Test series against South Africa, at Lord's on July 6.
He said: "I will rehab it as well as I can. I'll listen to the medical staff, they know exactly what they are doing.
"I've never had a side strain before but as a bowler it's one of those injuries that is important not to risk."