WI vs IND: ‘How Is He Captain?’ Haters Draw Swords As Rohit Sharma Gets Injured Once Again

WI vs IND: The Indian cricket team easily defeated the West Indies in the third T20I, rebounding from its lacklustre showing in the first game.

Suryakumar Yadav achieved his first half-century as an opener at Warner Park in Basseterre, St. Kitts, after failing twice earlier in the series (76 off 44 balls). This helped the visitors to an easy seven-wicket victory.

It was an impressive victory since Rohit Sharma’s team again led the five-match series thanks to India’s most successful T20I run-chase in the West Indies.


The triumph made the supporters happy, but they were also concerned about the injury that caused Rohit, the team’s skipper, to withdraw hurt and leave the field after facing five deliveries.

The 35-year-old appeared to be in fantastic shape and hammered a four and a maximum during his incredibly brief time in the middle, but he was forced to leave the field after experiencing back pain after a pull shot.

Fans began to worry about Rohit’s injury and to hope that it was only a slight ache so that he could play in the remaining series matches, which will be played in Florida, USA.

When the BCCI’s official Twitter posted an update on the captain’s condition and stated that it was indeed a “back spasm” and the medical staff was monitoring his progress, the fans exhaled a sigh of relief.

“Rohit Sharma, the captain of Team India, has a back spasm. The medical staff of BCCI is keeping tabs on his development “read the tweet from the BCCI.

After the victory, the opener acknowledged that he was feeling much better and expressed his hope that this brief respite would aid his recovery so that everything would be OK before the next game.

“It’s fine for the time being. The next game is in a few days, so hopefully everything will go well “Following the game, Rohit stated.

For Rohit’s followers, his optimism would have been a significant relief, but other Team India supporters brandished swords and began hurling insults at the Indian captain.

These people made light of Rohit’s injuries and questioned if a person with such a delicate body deserved to lead the Indian cricket team moving forward rather than wishing him a speedy recovery.

They went so far as to compare the cricketer from Mumbai to his predecessor Virat Kohli, claiming that the latter was the picture of physical fitness and that during his brilliant captaincy reign between 2017 and 2021, he barely missed any games owing to injury.

While it is true that Rohit has missed several games due to injuries, nobody intentionally misses games.

Each player has a unique body. While certain players are more prone to injuries than others, this does not indicate a lack of dedication to the club.

Injury is sad, and anyone who can’t feel sorry for the players shouldn’t call themselves their supporters.

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