India Tour Of West Indies, Rohit Sharma Indian Captain Fit For The Last 2 T20’s
India Vs West Indies: The fourth match of the five-match...
India Vs West Indies: The fourth match of the five-match T20 series between India and West Indies is to be played on 6 August. Team India has got a big relief before this match. Indian team captain Rohit Sharma has become fully fit and he will be available to play in the last two matches. The Board of Control for Cricket in India has given this information.
Actually, Rohit Sharma retired hurt only after playing 5 balls in the third T20 match played against West Indies. The BCCI had tweeted and told that Rohit Sharma has a back spasm. However, Indian fans were also relieved when Rohit Sharma was seen talking with the rest of the players on the ground after the match was over. Rohit Sharma had said that there is still a lot of time in the fourth match and by then he will be fully fit.
If Rohit Sharma was not fit, then the problem for Team India could have increased a lot. Virat Kohli is not already a part of this series, while KL Rahul was out of the series in the last moments due to injury. But now due to Rohit Sharma being fit, Team India need not worry about the opening combination.
Rohit Sharma is in good form
In the series being played against West Indies, Rohit Sharma is showing amazing with the bat apart from captaincy. Rohit Sharma played the best innings of 64 runs in the first T20 match. In the third match too, Rohit Sharma was looking in good touch before retiring hurt and he hit a four and a six in his short innings of 5 balls.
Talking about the series, Team India is currently 2-1 ahead. India has won the first and third T20 matches. At the same time, the host West Indies defeated India by 5 wickets in the second T20 match.
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