India vs Bangladesh: Rohit Sharma gives India a scare of injury, receives a blow to the thigh during practice
NEW DELHI: Captain of India Rohit Sharma He was hit in the left thigh while taking down on Friday, forcing him to leave the net session before Sunday's International T20 against Bangladesh.
Rohit, who will lead India in the three-game series in virat Kohli The absence was hit early in the net session. After a few demolitions, a strong delivery hit Rohit on his left thigh.
He immediately left the nets and it was visible that he was not happy with the rate at which the demolition was thrown.
The Indian team has appointed an expert in the demolition of the left arm in Nuwan, Sri Lanka, to counter the hunters of the left arm in the opposition, Mustafizur Rahaman, in this particular series.
Typically, batters make demolitions to get some rhythm before facing bowlers in the nets.
Since the practice fields in most Indian lands are not of high quality, players want to be cautious during network sessions.
It was learned that Rohit was receiving treatment for the coup and no longer participated in the net session.
Rohit is receiving treatment and we will update it when we have the details, a team source told PTI.
The practice session was a good enough indicator that Sanju Samson will not stay with the wickets, since he was seen playing with others and option number one Rishabh Pant was seen spending extra time on his work with gloves.
All eyes were on Mumbai's great Shivam Dube SUV, which was seen talking to head coach Ravi Shastri.