During the second one-day international match between India and Bangladesh, which took place in Mirpur on Wednesday, skipper Rohit Sharma received a blow to his thumbs while fielding. This caused the Indian cricket team to have a significant injury scare.
After undergoing examination by the medical staff of the BCCI, he will now be scanned. After Bangladesh made the decision to bat first in the match, the injury occurred during the second over of play.
When Mohammed Siraj was bowling his fourth ball of the over, Anamul Haque attempted to play the ball so that it would get over the slip cordon, but the ball kicked up. When Rohit, who was stationed at second slip, made an attempt to collect the ball, he ended up injuring his thumb in the process.
He was promptly removed off the playing field, and Rajat Patidar was sent on to take his place.
“While fielding in the second one-day international for India, Rohit Sharma, the team’s captain, received a blow to his thumb. The BCCI Medical Team conducted an examination on him. He is currently undergoing scans “the BCCI announced in a tweet at a later time.
In the first half of the day’s play at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Wednesday, Bangladesh captain Litton Das won the toss and elected for his team to bat first against India in the second one-day international match of the three-game series.
In the match that absolutely had to be won, India made a few lineup adjustments. India suffered a one-wicket defeat in the opening one-day international (ODI) match of the three-match series.
“There have been two modifications. Axar Patel has been reinstated, and he will take the place of Shahbaz Ahmed. Umran Malik will take the field in place of Kuldeep Sen because Sen is not available for selection at this time.
Going back to the drawing board and figuring out how we should play in these conditions, having simple conversations about what we should be doing with the bat and how we should approach certain bowlers are all part of this process.
We had a productive training session yesterday, and I’m hoping that we’ll be able to use what we learned in the real world “It was expressed by Rohit Sharma before the match began.
After some time, the BCCI provided a comprehensive explanation for why Kuldeep was not selected. “After the first one-day international on Sunday, Kuldeep Sen reported feeling back pain and stiffness.
Following their examination, the BCCI Medical Team recommended that he get some rest. He was not a selection option for the second One-Day International “according to a tweet from the BCCI.