Asia Cup: Rohit Sharma undergoes precautionary X-Ray

Rohit Sharma suffered a left toe injury during the game against Pakistan and was taken for X-Rays in Dhaka in the morning.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 28, 2016 5:41 pm
India vs Pakistan, India Pakistan, Ind vs Pak, Pak vs Ind, Asia Cup 2016, MS Dhoni, MS Dhoni captaincy, Dhoni batting, Asia Cup T20, Asia Cup, sports, cricket news, Cricket Rohit Sharma hurt his left toe during the match against Pakistan on Saturday. (Source: AP/PTI)

India’s opener Rohit Sharma was taken for precautionary X-Ray in the morning in Dhaka after he sustained a blow to his left toe in the game against Pakistan.

READ: India beat Pakistan by 5 wickets

He is reported to have suffered a bit soreness and is undergoing rehab and recovery process. However his injury doesn’t seem to be serious and he is likely to take the field on Tuesday against Sri Lanka.

The injury is suspected to have occurred when he was hit on the toe by Mohammad Amir with his very first delivery. It was given not out but Rohit was gone on the next delivery.

Despite Rohit and Ajinkya Rahane’s noughts in the first over, India went on to beat Pakistan in the end thanks to Virat Kohli’s sublime innings.

Pleasure to play Amir’s spell: Kohli