GT vs MI, Qualifier 2 IPL 2023: First Ishan Kishan, then Rohit Sharma injured, Mumbai got a big blow in 6 balls. GT vs MI Qualifier 2: Ishan Kishan and Rohit Sharma get injured during fielding against Gujarat

Rohit Sharma got hit in the hand, due to which he had to go out of the field.Image Credit source: BCCI

Ahmedabad: The first part of the qualifier match against Gujarat Titans was not good at all for Mumbai Indians who are struggling to reach the finals. The Mumbai Indians, who were bowling first in this match in Ahmedabad, were first badly shaken by Shubman Gill’s storm. Then something happened, which increased the tension of Mumbai Indians. This tension was given by the injury of Ishan Kishan and captain Rohit Sharma.

In the second qualifier match against Gujarat Titans in Ahmedabad, Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl first. From the very beginning, Shubman Gill made Mumbai Indians smoke and rained runs. Shubman Gill played a sensational innings and scored a century to put the team in a strong position.

By the 16th over itself, Shubman Gill’s attack had battered Mumbai and at this time his tension increased further. The 16th over was done by Chris Jordan. After the completion of the over, he was taking his cap from the umpire and going for fielding, while wicketkeeper Ishan Kishan was going towards the other end of the pitch. Both the players did not see each other and collided with each other.

Now Jordan is a tall player, while Ishan Kishan’s height is short. The result was that Jordan’s elbow hit Ishan Kishan directly in the eye. Distressed by the pain, Ishan had to leave the field and go out. Vishnu Vinod kept in his place for the remaining overs.

Not only Ishan Kishan, but captain Rohit Sharma also got injured after some time. On the last ball of the 17th over, Hardik Pandya played a strong shot on the covers, which Rohit tried to stop. He stopped the ball but in this attempt he got hurt near the thumb in his left hand. Rohit was also seen moaning in pain and he too had to go off the field, where the team physio was seen applying ice on his hand.