India player Deepak Chahar had to withdraw to the pavilion with an injury in the 3rd T20I game between India and West Indies in Kolkata on Sunday.
The injury happened when Chahar was bowling the 3rd over of the innings and all of a sudden pulled up whilst gripping his hamstring prior a delivery. The physio came soon on the pitch to examine him and eventually, Chahar had to leave the field.
It was a miserable shock for India as Chahar was in form, taking two crucial wickets with Kyle Mayers and Shai Hope, both falling victims to his magic.
Earlier, Suryakumar Yadav released his magnificent power on way to an explosive half-century and was well assisted by Venkatesh Iyer as India posted an inspiring 184 for five.
Suryakumar bashed seven sixes and one boundary in an extraordinary show of immaculate-hitting prior getting out for a 31-ball 65 in the final delivery. India whomped 86 runs in the final five overs.
Pace bowling all-rounder Venkatesh Iyer remained victorious on 35 off 19 balls with four fours and two sixes at the other end as the duet put together 91 runs from 37 balls for the fourth wicket to aid India stood-up from a mini middle order breakdown.