Watch: Rohit Sharma badly injured while catching catch, blood flowing from his finger, sent to Hospital

Rohit Sharma injured

Rohit Sharma’s captain Indian team is playing the second ODI against Bangladesh in Dhaka. After losing the first match by their hands, this match is very important for the visiting team. But during this match, Team India got a big blow. Team captain Rohit Sharma was injured by Mohammad Siraj’s ball in the live match. So let’s get Rohit’s health update through this article….

Rohit injured by Siraj’s ball

Bangladesh won the toss and decided to bat first. Batting first, the hosts got off to a decent start. At the same time, during the Bangladesh team’s innings, Indian team captain Rohit Sharma injured himself while fielding. Actually, Mohammad Siraj brought the second over of the hosts’ innings to Mohammad Siraj. The fourth ball of this over was bowled by Siraj to Anamul.

When Rohit, standing in the slip, tried to take a catch off Siraj’s ball, he got hurt in his hand and missed the catch. During this, he was seen howling with pain. Due to being hit by the ball, blood also came from his hand, so he was soon sent to Physio. Due to which he had to leave the field and go out.

Rohit Sharma out of second ODI?

At the same time, no update has come to light regarding Rohit Sharma’s injury after leaving the field. However, Rajat Patidar has been included in his place. Apart from this, KL Rahul will lead Team India in this match until the captain returns to the field.

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But there are reports that it is almost difficult for Rohit to play this match. The reason for this is that the extent to which Rohit’s hand has been hurt, there may be a need to stitch his hands. Due to which he may have to be out of the match. But so far no concrete news or statement has come to the fore.

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