Rohit Sharma hints that he should recover from back problems before 4th T20I

India beat the hosts by seven wickets to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series on Tuesday but Sharma had to retire with an injury after complaining of a back spasm. In the second over of the chase, Sharma was dismissed for 11 runs.

Sharma hit Alzarri Joseph for a six and a boundary in the second over before he appeared to be struggling with his back. The physio turned to the Indian captain, but he eventually decided to walk away with a retired heart. The BCCI confirmed that Rohit has a back cramp.

Allaying the possibility of the injury being serious, Sharma said, “My body is fine, we have a few days, so hopefully it will be fine.”

Sharma was also happy with the bowlers who played a key role in India’s lead in the series after their crushing defeat in the second T20I on Monday.

“How we bowled in the middle overs. It was important. They (West Indies) were going to get a quick partnership. We used the position and our variations really well. And then how we chased. It was quite clinical When you see it from the outside you feel that not much risk has been taken.”

Sharma also said that it was good to see Suryakumar Yadav convert his score of 30-40 into a match-winning score. Surya, who opened the innings with Sharma, scored 76 runs in 44 balls.

“It’s very important that if you start in this format, you should convert it. It does well for the team. 30 and 40 looks good, but when you go past 70-80 and also a century You are scoring those runs for the team. (Shreyas) Good partnership with Iyer. When you are chasing, anything can happen. It was not an easy target and it was not an easy target for the bowlers in the pitch. There was something. It was important for us to pick the right shots on the right balls,” Sharma said.

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