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IND vs NZ: Team India got a big blow during the live match, star player had to leave the field

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Shubman Gill and Virat Kohli during India vs New Zealand match

IND vs NZ, ODI World Cup 2023: The ODI World Cup match is being played between India and New Zealand. Where Team India captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bat. Team India suffered a big blow while batting first. India’s star opener Shubman Gill had to suddenly leave the field. Which does not seem to be a good sign for the Indian team and fans. It is being told that Gill has gone out of the field due to injury.

Rohit Sharma was seen in tension

In the semi-final match being played against New Zealand, Shubman Gill appeared to be in some trouble while taking runs. He immediately took help from the physio on the field, but still appeared to be in trouble. Seeing such condition of Gill, Rohit Sharma could not control himself and asked Gill to come off the field. Rohit Sharma is under a lot of tension due to Gill’s injury. Team India is in a very good position in the semi-finals. The biggest reason behind which is Gill’s batting. Gill scored 79 runs on 65 balls in this match. However, looking at Shubman Gill while leaving the field, it seemed as if he might come out to bat again.

Gill is important in the final

Despite Gill’s injury in the semi-final match, Team India is in a good position. Virat Kohli also seems to be in great touch. In such a situation, even if Gill does not come to bat here in this match, Team India will make a big score. If India wins this match, then they will also have to play in the final match in Ahmedabad on 19th November, which is another important match for Team India. In such a situation, it is very important to have a batsman like Gill in that match also. This is the reason why Rohit Sharma took no risk and called Gill out of the field.

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