The Hush Post|12:30 pm|1-min-read
Days before the announcement of the India’s World Cup team, Rohit Sharma suffered an injury. He got injured during training session at the Wankhede Stadium on Tuesday evening ahead of the IPL game against Kings XI Punjab. After a long hit in the nets, the Mumbai Indians (MI) skipper was working out in the field, when he collapsed on the ground, clutching his right thigh.
MI physio Nitin Patel, rushed to attend to him. However, Rohit managed to pick himself up and hobbled around the boundary rope, making a slow, painful walk to the dressing room. In between, he stopped and took a break, leaning on the electronic hoarding around the boundary for support.
No official update on the seriousness of the Mumbai Indians (MI) captain’s injury has been given. But, it looked like a hamstring problem, according to reports.
The Indian selectors will name the World Cup squad on April 15. The World Cup begins on May 30 and India play their first match on June 5.