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IND vs PAK: Hey… Has the Hitman got injured again? Will Rohit Sharma sit out against Pakistan? Know the latest update…

T20 World Cup 2024: Team India captain Rohit Sharma has been injured ahead of the big match against Pakistan.

T20 World Cup 2024: These days T20 World Cup 2024 is going on in America and West Indies. A total of 14 matches have been played. During this time there was a lot of excitement. Now everyone is eagerly waiting for June 9, because on this day there is a big match between India and Pakistan, before that there is a bad news about Team India captain Rohit Sharma. Rohit, who retired after getting injured against Ireland, has once again injured himself. He has got pain again during net practice. However, this injury is not very serious. Read More – Abdu Rozik is going to get married, shared the video and gave good news to the fans…

injury during practice session

Actually, Rohit injured his left thumb during the practice session before the match against Pakistan on 9th June. A ball bounced and hit his thumb. Immediately after the injury, the physio came to the nets. Rohit resumed his batting practice after a while. However, he changed his end because there was a risk in batting from the end where the ball suddenly hit his thumb.

Rohit looks completely fit

Even after the injury, Rohit did not leave the field. He continued to practice. This shows that the injury is not too serious. He looked capable of playing. He also hit good shots. Now Rohit Sharma will be seen showing his magic with the bat against Pakistan. There has been no update so far regarding him sitting out of the match. In the latest pictures that have come out from New York, America, Rohit Sharma looks full of energy and fit. Read More – Juhi Chawla gave Shahrukh Khan’s health update, said – he will definitely come to the final match of IPL…

Joshua Little was injured in the very first match

Rohit Sharma was injured by a ball from fast bowler Joshua Little in the match against Ireland. His fast ball bounced a lot and hit Rohit’s biceps, after which he groaned in pain and then retired hurt. When Rohit returned, he had scored 52 runs in 37 balls. Team India won that match by 8 wickets.