India got a setback before the clash with Pakistan, Rohit Sharma got injured again

IND vs PAK: Team India's tension seems to be increasing before the IND vs PAK match. While Rohit Sharma had injured his shoulder during the match against Ireland, now during the practice session he has injured his left thumb.

Jun 8, 2024 - 15:17
India got a setback before the clash with Pakistan, Rohit Sharma got injured again

The high-voltage match between IND and PAK now has one day until it begins. Sports fans all over the world, including India and Pakistan, are excited for this great match to take place in the T20 World Cup 2024. Meanwhile, news is emerging that is raising Indian fans' concerns. Rohit Sharma is said to have suffered an injury during a practice session prior to the match against Pakistan. Rohit Sharma injured his left thumb during a practice session, after injuring his shoulder on the dangerous pitch in New York during his match against Ireland. Fans are frustrated by captain Rohit Sharma's repeated injuries in New York.

Indian team captain Rohit Sharma suffered a shoulder injury while playing a pull shot while batting in the match against Ireland. However, at that time the Indian team had reached the threshold of victory. Therefore, he retired hurt. Rohit Sharma had said after the match that he has pain in his shoulder and he does not want to take any risk in the initial phase of this mega event. Now the thumb injury has increased the heartbeat of the fans.

Actually, according to ANI's report, the ball hit Rohit Sharma's thumb on Friday during the net session. After which the medical staff present there immediately started his treatment. After the ball hit Rohit Sharma's thumb, he took off his gloves and got treatment. After this, the medical team also reached the ground and examined him.

The India vs Pakistan match will be played at the same Nassau County International Stadium in New York, where India played its first match against Ireland. Many batsmen have been injured so far due to the uneven bounce of the ball on the deadly pitch of Nassau. These include Indian captain Rohit Sharma and wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant. Many legends have criticized the drop-in pitch, but the ICC is adamant on holding the match here.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer