ipl 2021 mi vs kkr rohit sharma twisted his ankle wife ritika sajdeh | IPL 2021: Wife Ritika gave such reaction after seeing Rohit Sharma in pain, video went viral

Mumbai: In an exciting match played against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) on Tuesday, the Mumbai Indians won by 10 points to register their first victory in this IPL season. In the Kolkata Knight Riders rounds, Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma surprised everyone in 14th place when he started playing himself.

Ritika upset to see Rohit suffer

Rohit Sharma landed for bowling in IPL after 7 years. However, Rohit Sharma’s ankle twisted during the first balloon, after which he sat down on the ground and started to moan in pain. Seeing Rohit Sharma in pain, his wife Ritika Sajdeh present in the stadium was also angry. The TV camera was focused on Rohit Sharma’s wife, Ritika Sajdeh, in which she looked quite upset. This video is going very viral on social networks.

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Rohit gets IPL bowling after 7 years

After that, however, Rohit Sharma finished his job. Rohit Sharma’s first ball went from the edge of Shakib’s bat to the limit. After that, KKR’s beaters scored five points on Rohit’s next five balls. Let me tell you that earlier Rohit Sharma played in IPL 2014. Rohit Sharma then played against the Royal Challengers Bangalore at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Rohit Sharma then gave six points in one.

Mumbai defeats Kolkata in exciting match

The five-time champion Mumbai Indians recorded an exciting victory over the Kolkata Knight riders thanks to the brilliant performance of their bowlers led by Rahul Chahar (4-27). After the Mumbai Indians were knocked out for 152, the Kolkata team were heading for an easy victory, thanks to a 72-innings partnership between Nitish Rana (57) and Shubman Gill (33) for the opening wicket, but the Indians of Mumbai were subsequently. Bowlers stopped Kolkata 10 wickets from the target by taking wickets at regular intervals with a budget bowling alley.

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