Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma was rested for the Chennai Super Kings conflict on Sunday.© BCCI/IPL
India vice-captain Rohit Sharma opted out of Mumbai Indians’ opening match of the second section of Indian Premier League, which resumed in Dubai on Sunday, as a consequence of a knee niggle he had sustained throughout the current England tour. Rohit had struck a century within the second innings of the fourth Test on the Oval however didn’t take the sector when England batted. “The message from the physio is ‘assess every minute, don’t look too far ahead’,” Rohit had mentioned after the Oval Test.
Kieron Pollard led the defending champions in opposition to Chennai Super Kings within the absence of Rohit.
MI head coach Mahela Jayawardene mentioned Rohit was stored out of the sport as a precautionary measure.
“Rohit had something going in last Test (Oval), so we thought a couple of days of extra precaution,” he mentioned.
Mumbai Indians subsequent play Kolkata Knight Riders on September 23 in Abu Dhabi.
With the T20 World Cup starting instantly after the conclusion of the IPL, the Indian maestro wouldn’t want to rush his return.
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