Less than a week before the World Cup team's announcement on April 15 in Mumbai, Rohit Sharma was injured, according to reports. The elegant right-handed batter injured his right tendon before the IPL's match against Kings XI Punjab at Wankhede Stadium during Tuesday's training.
When & # 39; Hitman & # 39; fell writhing in pain, team physiotherapist Nitin Patel hurried to look after him.
Rohit finally got up a little later and limped out into the locker room for more treatment and did not complete the rest of the training session.
There is no official word on the details of his MI board injury, but fans hope the injury will not be serious considering the World Cup countdown has already begun.
Rohit, the captain of the Mumbai side, has played in all five games so far this season and has scored 118 runs with a maximum of 48 to an average of 23.60 in the current edition of the IPL.
The Mumbai Indians are currently fifth in the IPL table after three wins while the Punjab franchise has played another game and with four wins is the third in the points table.
First published: April 10, 2019, 8:48 AM IST