Rohit Sharma returned to India, will not be a part of Test series, now this player will be the new captain of Team India


At present the Indian team is on a tour of Bangladesh. Where the Indian team is currently playing a series of 3 ODIs. After this the Indian team has to play the Test series. Which will start from 14 December. Before this series, the Indian team has suffered a major setback. Team captain Rohit Sharma has suffered a thumb injury during the second ODI. Whose he got out of the entire Bangladesh tour and returned to India.

KL Rahul will captain

After Rohit Sharma’s exit, who will do now in the Test series. Let us tell you that KL Rahul will captain the Indian team in the upcoming Test series. He was the vice-captain of the team. Now in the absence of Rohit Sharma, he will take charge of the team.

Let me tell you that this will be the second chance. When KL Rahul will captain the Indian team. Earlier this year, he captained the Indian team in a Test match on the tour of South Africa. Where the Indian team had to face a crushing defeat.

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Injured during Bangladesh’s innings

Same if we talk about Rohit Sharma, then Rohit Sharma got hurt during Bangladesh’s innings in the second ODI. When he was fielding in the slips in Mohammad Siraj’s over. During that time there was a serious injury to his thumb. After which he was immediately sent to the hospital for X-ray. However, later he also came to bat and played a blistering inning of 51 runs. But he could not win the match to the Indian team.

In the press conference after the match was over, coach Rahul Dravid while giving an update on Rohit Sharma’s injury said that he had got stitches in his thumb. Now he will go to Mumbai for treatment. Along with this, Dravid had also confirmed his exclusion from the Bangladesh tour.

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