In a good news coming from Team India camp, skipper Rohit Sharma has regained fitness and has been declared fit ahead of the fourth T20I against West Indies. Sharma has suffered an injury during the third T20I of the ongoing series. He was retired hurt and left the field midway during the game.
Rohit Sharma was seen struggling to bat freely as he had pain below his waist. An official update on Rohit's injury shortly followed as the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) confirmed that the Indian captain is having a back spasm.
But as per the latest information for the BCCI sources, Sharma has recovered from the injury and set to be back in the side for the 4th T20I in Florida.
Notably, India and West Indies are set to play the fourth and fifth T20Is in Florida. The Men in Blue lead the five-match T20I series 2-1.
Talking of the first three games, India beat West Indies in the first T20I by 68 runs to take a 1-0 lead. However, the Nicholas Pooran-led side made a comeback and beat India in the second T20I to level the series.
In the third match, Suryakumar Yadav starred for the side with his brilliant knock of 76 off 44 deliveries. Yadav also seemed pretty happy with his performance as he spoke at the post-match presentation.