On 6 November 2022, team India qualified for the semi-finals of the ongoing 20-20 World Cup in Australia. They managed to win four out of their five matches in the group stage. However, they already got qualified for the semi-finals before their last match against Zimbabwe. So, fans are eagerly waiting to see Rohit Sharma and his men in action in the semi-final.
On 10 November, the Men in Blue will take on England in Adelaide. So, ahead of this clash, all Indian players reached Adelaide and started their net sessions. But, a video went viral where Rohit Sharma suffered an injury in the nets while having batting sessions.
Here is the shared video:
In 2007 TWC:
Opening batter Sehwag gets injured before crucial game!
In 2022 T20 WC:
Opening batter Rohit Sharma gets injured before crucial game!#RohitSharma#INDvENG#T20WorldCuppic.twitter.com/aBSQH8z3a1
— Nilesh G (@oye_nilesh) November 8, 2022
Rohit Sharma has scored 89 runs so far in five matches of the ongoing 20-20 World Cup
Speaking of the video, Rohit Sharma was seen having batting sessions ahead of the semi-final clash. But, he got hit on his wrist by a ball from the throw specialist. Then, he immediately left the net as Rohit Sharma was in total discomfort. Fans were also worried after seeing the Indian skipper in such pain.
But, as per recent reports, he came back and looked absolutely good. Rohit Sharma batted again and then left the sessions. Speaking about Rohit Sharma’s form, he has scored only 89 runs so far in five matches. He has managed only one fifty so far in the tournament. So, fans were hoping to see him in action with his blistering form in the semi-final clash.
While in interaction with India Today, Sunil Gavaskar also opened up about Rohit Sharma. He said: “Well, let’s just hope he is saving the runs for the next two matches. They are going to be the biggest matches. In a group game, you know there’s another game to follow, so you maybe sometimes try a little too much and get out. Now, these are knockout games. In a knockout game, you can’t afford to experiment too much. You need to be at your best. Let’s hope that Rohit comes good.”