Update on Rohit Sharma's injury; Virat Kohli stated- will play next match

by Jeremy Spirogis
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After the embarrassing defeat in Mumbai ODI, the Indian team made a good return into the second ODI match played in Rajkot on Friday. Team India obtained by 36 works in this match played into the Saurashtra Cricket Association to equalize 1-1 into the three-match series.

However, during the match, India's leading batsman Rohit Sharma ended up being hurt while fielding. After the match, captain Virat Kohli stated that the problems for this opener is not too severe and then he is seen playing next match.

During the presentation following the match, the Indian captain said, "I have actually only talked to Rohit. He happens to be struck on their left shoulder earlier so that it took place. <! –

                 However, there’s no stretch it is therefore anticipated he will get back next online game. "

How had been harmed

During the 43rd over of this Australian innings, Ashton Egger made a cut towards the covers off Navdeep Saini's 2nd ball. Rohit published regarding the boundary attempted to end the fours by scuba diving but he dropped right on their remaining neck. After that he sat truth be told there for a while. Physio of this Indian group ended up being instantly known as towards the surface and after preliminary examination Rohit ended up being removed from the floor.

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After being dismissed inexpensively in Mumbai, Rohit scored a 42-run knock off 44 balls at Rajkot. However, he neglected to transform this great begin into a large rating. It is anticipated that Rohit will play a large innings at Chinnaswamy's little and batting-friendly arena.

The India and Australian groups will have fun with the final and decisive ODI of this show in Bangalore on 19 January. Where wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, that is going right through rehab at National Cricket Academy, can also be anticipated to get in on the group.

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