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IND vs WI third T20I: Rohit Sharma retires harm towards West Indies

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IND vs WI 3rd T20I: Rohit Sharma retires hurt against West Indies

India captain retired harm whereas batting towards West Indies within the third T20I on Tuesday. The skipper appeared to have pulled a muscle close to his waist as he left the sector holding his again.

BCCI then confirmed via its official Twitter deal with that Sharma had a again spasm and the medical group is monitoring the scenario.

After the match ended with India profitable by 7 wickets, Rohit talked in regards to the harm within the post-match interview, “It’s okay at the moment. We’ve got a few days till the next game, hopefully it should be okay.”

Rohit began like a home on hearth when he hit Alzarri Joseph for a 4 and a six however whereas attempting to take a single, seemed to have harm himself.

🚨 UPDATE: #WorkforceIndia captain Rohit Sharma has a again spasm.

The BCCI medical group is monitoring his progress.#WIvIND

— BCCI (@BCCI) August 2, 2022

It couldn’t be ascertained whether or not it’s greater than a muscle pull or if he can be medically for the following two video games scheduled in Florida on August 6 and seven.

Earlier this 12 months, chairman of nationwide selectors Chetan Sharma was requested how skipper Rohit Sharma can be coping with the extreme workload contemplating he has needed to take care of health points over time.

“Rohit Sharma is the No.1 cricketer in our country. He is playing in all three formats. It is important how we manage Rohit. Cricketers are professionals, they know their body. Rohit is absolutely fine, but yes we will have discussions with him from time-to-time. As far as the selection committee knows, he is absolutely fit and fine and ready to go.”

In the match, India beat West Indies to take a 2-1 lead within the five-match sequence. India chased down the goal of 165 with six balls to spare with Suryakumar Yadav top-scoring with a 44-ball 76. Rishabh Pant remained not out on 33 off 26 balls.

For West Indies, Akeal Hosein, Dominic Drakes and Jason Holder took a wicket apiece. India had received the primary T20I by 68 runs earlier than dropping the second match by 5 wickets.

Earlier, invited to bat, West Indies posted 164 for five towards India of their allotted 20 overs. Opener Kyle Mayers top-scored for the West Indies with a 50-ball 73 whereas Rovman Powell contributed 23. For India, Bhuvneshwar Kumar took two wickets for 35 runs whereas Hardik Pandya and Arshdeep Singh obtained one every.

(With PTI inputs)