In the second over, Rohit felt some discomfort after moving on to pacer Alzarri Joseph, and pulled a boundary from the bottom edge to the fine leg boundary. After a brief on-field discussion with physio Kamlesh Jain, he left the field holding his back.
Rohit, however, was expected to be ready for the fourth T20 International, which will be played at Lauderhill on Saturday. The fifth and final T20 match will also be played at the same venue on Sunday.
“This [my body] After India’s 2-1 series lead, Rohit said, “It’s okay for now.” [I] should be fine.”
India were already exhausted by the absence of all-rounder Harshal Patel, who was ruled out of the second and third T20Is in Basseterre due to a rib injury. On Tuesday, the visitors also rested Ravindra Jadeja, who had just returned from a knee injury, and handed Deepak Hooda a game.
This story was updated with quotes from Rohit Sharma after India won the third T20I against West Indies