Rohit Sharma handed injury scare in nets ahead of 20-20 World Cup 2022 semifinal against England

 Rohit Sharma handed injury scare in nets ahead of 20-20 World Cup 2022 semifinal against England

Rohit Sharma (Image Credit: Twitter)

India is gearing up for their semifinal clash against England to be played at the Adelaide Oval on November 10. The two former champions are looking forward to getting closer to winning the title. Meanwhile, two days ahead of the knockout, India skipper Rohit Sharma git hit on the right forearm while facing the throwdowns. Currently, the seriousness of the injury is unknown.

Talking about the throwdown, one of the deliveries from the throwdown specialist nipped back to the right-hander. After the incident, Sharma asked for medical attention immediately. While sitting on the sidelines, he applied the icepack the entire time. The Mumbaikar also had a chat with mental health conditioning coach and the throwdown specialist for a while

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After the injury scare, the 35-year-old came back to bat and batted comfortably.

After the nets, if he was holding two of many cricket bats with his right hand. This indicates that he might be alright and won’t miss the all-important game for the Men In Blue.

Meanwhile, after the recently-concluded Super 12 game against Zimbabwe, Rohit said “The key for us will be to adjust to the conditions as quickly as possible. We have played a game there recently but England will be a good challenge for us. They have been playing some good cricket. Two teams going at each other, it will be a great contest. We do not want to forget what has got us here, we just need to keep sticking to that and understand what each individual needs to do.”

India is playing the second semis as they finished first in the Group Two points table during the Super 12. If they didn’t do so, they would have played against New Zealand in the first semis in Sydney on November 9. According to the Indian fans, this is the last thing they wanted to see as India doesn’t enjoy a great record against the Kiwis in World Championships since 2003.


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