India captain Rohit Sharma, who retired with an injury in the third T20I match, said he was in good health after the match. India won their third T20I against West Indies by seven wickets. Rohit suffered back spasms when he hit the ball in the second inning. He looked good on five balls and scored 11 points, but returned to the dugout after being unable to continue. India comfortably chased the 165-ball target in 19 overs as Suryakumar Yadav sealed his innings with an impressive 76 runs from 44 overs.
After the game, Rohit said: “I’m in good health, there are still a few days between us, I hope everything will be fine.”
The upcoming Asian Cup, the captain’s physical condition will be a serious problem. The BCCI later shared the update, saying the medical team was “monitoring Rohit’s progress.”
The captain also said it was a delight to see how they limited the West Indies to midfield. “How we pitch in midfield. That’s key. They’re about to form a partnership quickly. We’re taking advantage of the conditions and our changes well. And then how we hunt. It’s clinical. From the outside, you don’t think there’s a big risk. .”Suryakumar Yadav, the star of Indian baseball, was also named player of the game.
“It’s very important that if you start in this format, you should convert it. It’s good for the team. The 30s and 40s look good, but if you go over 70-80 and also hit 100, then you’re Can score for the team. Good partnership with [Shreyas] Iyer,” Rohit praised Suryakumar.
India now lead 2-1. Both teams will now travel to the U.S. pending player visas. The fourth T20I is scheduled for August 6.To get more updates, Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can also join our Telegram Channel