Two big news related to the ongoing five-match T20 series against West Indies have come to light. One of these good news is also related to Team India’s captain Rohit Sharma. The big news is that after the intervention of the Government of Guyana, India and West Indies team have got US visa and soon the teams will go to Florida. The rest of the series will take place in Florida, which is a territory of the USA. At the same time, the other good news is that Rohit Sharma has become fit.
According to a Cricbuzz report, all players and support staff members from India and West Indies have got US visas and will soon reach Florida. Apart from this, there is also good news that Team India captain Rohit Sharma has almost recovered from injury and he will be seen captaining the team in the last two T20 International matches against West Indies in Florida on 6th and 7th August.
Meanwhile, it has been learned that Rohit Sharma will be available for the last two matches on Saturday and Sunday. India captain Rohit Sharma retired hurt while chasing the team against West Indies in the third T20I match at Warner Park in St Kitts on Tuesday. He had scored 11 runs in five balls and then had to leave the field due to injury. Later he did not come out to bat, as Deepak Hooda and Rishabh Pant had won the match.
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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said that captain Rohit Sharma suffered from back spasm. It is now learned that he has recovered and is fit for the next two matches. India have taken a 2-1 lead in the five-match series. Rohit felt some pain after hitting the boundary against West Indies and then walked off the field with the physio after playing the next ball.
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