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Just a few days before their ICC men's T20 World Cup 2022 semifinal match against England at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday, Team India experienced a significant fright (November 10).
After travelling from Melbourne on Tuesday, captain Rohit Sharma suffered a painful injury to his forearm while batting in the nets in Adelaide (November 8).
Rohit was taking throwdowns in the nets when his right forearm took a nasty blow. The Indian captain left the nets as the physio hurried onto the field to check on him.
In preparation for the semi-final match against England, Indian captain Rohit Sharma was hit on his right hand during a practise session in Adelaide, according to news agency ANI on Tuesday.
After receiving treatment for his hand, the Indian captain returned to the net session.
After being struck on his right hand during a practise session prior to the semi-final match against England, Indian skipper Rohit Sharma returned to the nets for batting practise in Adelaide, ANI tweeted.
In the current T20 World Cup 2022, Rohit hasn't been in the best of form, scoring only 89 runs overall with a top score of 53 against the Netherlands.