Fan In Bengaluru Moved To X-Ray After Rohit Sharma’s 6 Hit Him On Nose

The second match of the ICC World Test Championship series between the Indian cricket team and the Sri Lankan cricket team began earlier today at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. The government has allowed 100% seating capacity for this match, and fans witnessed a short knock from Rohit Sharma at the venue, but they saw Rohit Sharma’s special 6.

It is a pink-ball match which started at 2:00 PM IST. The Indian cricket team has never lost a pink-ball game at home, and looking at their performance against the Sri Lankan cricket team during the first Test at the PCA IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali, it goes without saying that they are the favorites to win in Bengaluru.

Rohit Sharma called the coin toss right and decided to have a bat first. The track at M Chinnaswamy Stadium has assisted the spinners, but fans witnessed a huge shot from Rohit Sharma over the mid-wicket region that helped him add six runs to the team’s total.

Sharma hit a maximum off Vishwa Fernando’s bowling on the final ball of the sixth over. It was the first six of the match, but unfortunately, it injured a spectator who was enjoying the action between the Indian cricket team and the Sri Lankan cricket team at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

“The Rohit Sharma’s 6 over deep midwicket hit a spectator’s nose. After first aid, he has been moved to Hosmat Hospital for an X-ray,” Times of India writer Manuja wrote on Twitter.

Rohit Sharma’s wicket fell soon after the 6

Sharma’s six was excellent but he could not convert his start into a big score. He reached the score of 15 after the six.

He played a few deliveries after that but could not score any runs. Soon after, Sharma lost his wicket to Lasith Embuldeniya as he handed a catch to de Silva.

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