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Rohit Sharma’s injury is not serious: He said – there is just a little pain; had to retire hurt due to injury against Ireland

Rohit Sharma’s injury is not serious: He said – there is just a little pain; had to retire hurt due to injury against Ireland


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Team India captain Rohit Sharma’s injury is not serious. Rohit said in the presentation ceremony after the match against Ireland, there is just a little pain (in the hand).

The drop-in pitches showed abnormal bounce during the India-Ireland match at the Nassau County Cricket Stadium in New York on Wednesday, which injured Indian captain Rohit Sharma and wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant. Rohit had to retire hurt.

Rohit suffered an upper arm injury on the second ball of the ninth over. Due to the injury, he had to leave the field after the last ball of the 10th over.

After the 10th over of India's innings, Rohit returned to the pavilion with the physio.

After the 10th over of India’s innings, Rohit returned to the pavilion with the physio.

Rohit’s half century innings
Indian captain Rohit Sharma played aggressive batting against the swinging and bouncing Irish bowling in Nassau. He did not let the pressure build up on the team. He scored 52 runs at a strike rate of 140. He hit 4 fours and 3 sixes. When Rohit retired due to injury, India needed 21 runs to win. Rohit also shared a partnership of 22 runs with Virat and 54 runs with Rishabh Pant. Virat scored just 1 run in the partnership with Rohit.

India beat Ireland
Team India won its first match against Ireland in the T20 World Cup. Rohit Sharma won the toss and chose to bowl at Nassau International Cricket Ground in New York.

Indian bowlers bowled out the Irish team for 96 runs. After this, the batsmen chased the target in the 13th over. Rohit Sharma scored a fifty.

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