India vs New Zealand 2020. Rohit Out of New Zealand Tour, Gill and Shaw in Contestant as Replacement
India vs New Zealand 2020. India’s limited overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma was ruled out of the upcoming ODI and Test series against New Zealand on Monday after being injured in the fifth T20 International on Sunday.
New Delhi: A setback for India, limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma was ruled out of the upcoming ODI and Test series against New Zealand on Monday due to a calf injury during the fifth T20 International match at Mount Maunganui. The latter took place.
Rohit was retired hurt after scoring 60 runs off 41 balls, when he won the match against India on Sunday.
A BCCI source said that he is out of the tour. At the moment, it does not look good. The physio is assessing them. We will know how bad it is, but he is not participating further in the series. On the terms of anonymity.
India is set to play three ODIs starting on Wednesday and two Test matches after that.
Based on the Peking order, Mayank Agarwal is likely to be a reserve opener in the ODI format, just like in domestic ODIs against the West Indies. However, Shubman Gill is also back in the mix with a double century in the ongoing A Series Test against New Zealand A.
India vs New Zealand 2020.
The old selection committee under MSK Prasad will announce the replacement, but it may take some time for the selection committee secretary Jai Shah to visit New Zealand with treasurer Arun Dhumal as convener.
The source said, “After the approval of the secretary, the replacement will be announced.
In Tests, veteran KL Rahul can donate to the Europeans of India, while Gill and Prithvi Shaw can fight for the reserve opener.
It is not yet known whether Rohit had tears in his calf muscles, but when he went to Nitin Patel, he was still in severe pain.
Despite the pain, Ish Sodhi hit a six, but had to change after it became unbearable for him.
Rohit’s injury is a major setback for the Indian team, especially after his brilliant performance in 2019.
He continued his winning efforts in the first match against Australia at home, followed by two stunning knock outs in the recently concluded T20 International series against New Zealand, with India winning 5–0.
It included a superb super over performance where he hit back-to-back sixes.