Skipper Rohit Sharma back in Mumbai Indians training ahead of Chennai Super Kings tie in IPL 2021

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma was back in training along with his teammates after finishing his quarantine in the United Arab Emirates. Team India cricketers in the MI squad together with Rohit, Jasprit Bumrah and Suryakumar Yadav have been in obligatory quarantine since arriving in Dubai from Manchester in accordance with UAE well being mandate.

MI posted a video with the captain, ‘Dekho RO aa gaya!’ on their social media web page. Defending champions MI are at present in 4th place on the factors desk with 8 factors from their first 7 matches.

Skipper Rohit, who is tipped to take over as Team India T20 skipper as effectively with Virat Kohli quitting the submit after T20 World Cup 2021, is the staff’s main scorer in IPL 2021. Rohit has notched up 250 runs in 7 video games with one fifty and a top-score of 63.

Meanwhile, ahead of IPL 2021 conflict in opposition to Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on Sunday (September 19), younger wicketkeeper Ishan Kishan has been training laborious. In a video posted by MI on their official Instagram deal with on September 15, Kishan might be seen sweating it out underneath the supervision of former Indian keeper Parthiv Patel.

In the video, Kishan might be seen making an attempt his greatest to seize balls going outdoors the off-stump in opposition to a spinner. As Parthiv Patel pans the digicam, it strikes to throwdown specialist Anmol. As Patel switched his batting situations, it examined Ishan Kishan’s footwork outdoors the leg stump too.

“Anmol, bowl a half volley on the leg side, at a normal pace, I’m standing like this (normal left-handed stance), once you bowl, I’ll switch to a right-hander’s stance,” says Patel in the video posted by Mumbai Indians.

The session ended with Kishan taking some straight catches off the bat. “This felt as strenuous as a gym session. In these keeping drills, you don’t have to take too many catches, but for a short burst of time, you have to be very intense,” Ishan Kishan stated.

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