I was aware of Rohit's severe agony. Key piece of advise from former Pakistani star to India captain
In the third Twenty20 International against the West Indies, Rohit injured his lower back while attempting to swing towards the on-side. As a result, his innings was cut short.
Rohit Sharma, India's captain, is certain that despite having a back spasm during India's seven-wicket victory over West Indies, he will be able to play in the fourth Twenty20 International on Saturday. In the second over of the Indian innings, the exquisite opener wounded himself and left the game at 11. Rohit strained his lower back while trying to swing towards the on-side, which caused his innings to be cut short. Suryakumar Yadav's aggressive 76 at the top and Rishabh Pant's unbroken 33 towards the finish helped India win the match, nevertheless. He'll eventually hold the top spot in T20s. Take his name, Chetan," Srikkanth said in a provocative comment about a "excellent" Indian actor.
Danish Kaneria, a former Pakistani spinner, thinks Rohit should take steps to prevent exacerbating the muscle twitch. Rohit may return for the following 20-over game in Lauderhill as his side aims to build an unassailable 3-1 lead.
"As a player, I could tell Rohit Sharma was in a lot of agony because of the way he responded when he pulled the delivery for a boundary. He should put his health first, and it doesn't matter if it means resting for the next two games. For both the Asia Cup and the T20 World Cup, India needs Rohit Sharma. There are plenty of match-winners and captaincy choices, such as Shreyas, Sanju Samson, or even Rishabh Pant, so even if he rests "Kaneria stated on his YouTube page.
After the game, Rohit remarked, "It's fine right now. We have a few days until the following game, so maybe I won't have any problems.
While Rohit left the game early, Yadav dominated an 86-run partnership with Shreyas Iyer, who scored 24 runs, slamming four sixes and eight boundaries around Warner Park. India's advantage in the five-game series was later recovered by Rishabh Pant's undefeated 33.
Kaneria praised Yadav's stroke-play and the Indian's deft wristwork when flicking the ball. In the T20I men's player rankings, he has even climbed three ranks to within two rating points of Babar Azam, who is currently placed first.
"Suryakumar Yadav is a legendary classical musician, as we all know. However, I don't believe anyone in contemporary cricket plays the flick shot as brilliantly as he does. His extravagant use of his wrists during the flick is simply beautiful "Kaneria stated.