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Indian captain Rohit Sharma to fly back Mumbai for treatment

India’s team suffered a setback in the second ODI when captain Rohit Sharma hurt himself while fielding. While he was at the slips, Rohit Sharma injured himself while attempting to catch at Mohammad Siraj’s ball. During this period, Rohit Sharma left the field, and a replacement was brought in to take his place. When Rohit, who eventually entered at No. 9, faced Ebadot Hossain and Mahmudullah, he was able to hit four sixes, delaying the inevitable and extending the chase into the final over. India needed 20 off the final over to defeat the seasoned Mustafizur Rahman. Rohit extended it when only six was needed off the final ball, but Mustafizur kept it full enough to prevent Rohit from going under.

After hurting his thumb in the second ODI against Bangladesh, Indian captain Rohit Sharma will travel to Mumbai to see a doctor, according to head coach Rahul Dravid. Indian coach Rahul Dravid lauded skipper Rohit Sharma for his courageous efforts to go out and be able to bat despite getting his thumb dislocated, thereafter getting treated in hospital, returning back to the stadium with a couple of injections to be able to bat.

Read: Injuries continued to hamper India’s tour of Bangladesh after three players were confirmed to miss the third and final ODI of the series.