IND vs BAN ODI: Rohit Sharma hits 5 six with bandage in his hand but could not win the match, fans shared emotional tweets

Indian captain Rohit Sharma was injured in the second ODI of the series played in Dhaka. The thumb of his left hand was hurt while taking the catch. Despite this, Rohit Sharma came out for bating. Due to injury, Rohit Sharma came for batting at number-9, but could not win the match

IND vs BAN ODI: Rohit Sharma hits 5 six with bandage in his hand but could not win the match, fans shared emotional tweets

Rohit sharma India vs bangladesh ODI: In the second ODI of the series against Bangladesh, Indian captain Rohit Sharma got to see a different spirit. His hand was hurt. Was also taken to the hospital for the scan. But in a difficult situation, Rohit Sharma held the bat and came on the field. However, Rohit Sharma, who came out to bat at number 9, could not win the team.

Bangladesh won the second ODI by 5 runs to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. Now the second match of the series will be played in Chittagong on 10 December. This is Team India's defeat in the second consecutive bilateral series against Bangladesh. Earlier in 2015, the ODI series was lost.

Blood started coming out from the thumb of the left hand

Actually, Rohit got this injury in the second over itself during Bangladesh's innings. This over was done by fast bowler Mohammad Siraj. Rohit was fielding in the second slip and Anamul Haque was caught on the fourth ball of the over, which Rohit could not catch. Meanwhile, blood started coming out of the thumb of his left hand after being hit by the ball.

Rohit did not open due to injury, Virat Kohli did the opening in his place. But when chasing the target of 272 runs, Team India lost 7 wickets for 207 runs, then Rohit entered the field. At that time, 65 runs were needed from 51 balls to win. Despite the injury, Rohit played an aggressive innings and scored an unbeaten 51 off 28 balls. The disappointing thing is that Rohit could not win the match.

Rohit hit 5 sixes in the innings, but missed the last ball

In the last over, the Indian team needed 20 runs. Then Rohit hit two fours on the first two balls and a six on the third ball. Six runs were needed to win the last ball, then fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman bowled an accurate yorker ball on the leg stump, on which Rohit could not score any runs. In this way Team India lost this match. Rohit hit 5 sixes in his innings, but missed the last ball.

On Rohit's injury, the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) tweeted that the BCCI medical team is assessing his injury, he has been taken for a scan. Even when Rohit came to bat, BCCI praised Rohit in a tweet. 

Graeme Smith also showed such spirit

Graeme Smith, the former captain of the South African team, has also shown the same spirit once. In January 2009, the African team played a Test match against the hosts Australia in Sydney. Then Smith was hurt in the right elbow. Blood also came out. He was treated and injected as well. But when in response to the target of 376 runs, the African team had lost 9 wickets for 257 runs.

Then on the last day of the Test match, Graeme Smith came out to bat at number 11. At this time, only 8.2 overs were left to bat for the Africa team on the last day. If this had happened, the match would have been a draw. But the 10th wicket fell in the form of Makaya Ntini and Australia won the match by 103 runs. Smith was unbeaten after scoring 3 runs. 

Fans shared emotional tweets 

India-Bangladesh Playing-11 for the match

India's Playing-11: Rohit Sharma (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul (wicketkeeper), Washington Sundar, Akshar Patel, Shardul Thakur, Deepak Chahar, Mohammad Siraj, Umran Malik.

Bangladesh Playing-11: Najmul Hossain Shanto, Liton Das (Captain), Anamul Haque, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah, Afif Hossain, Mehdi Hasan, Nasum Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman, Ebadat Hossain.