5th T20I: India set a goal of 164 races for New Zealand

MAUNGANUI ASSEMBLY: Foot pattern Rohit Sharma He fought a calf injury on his way to his 60 of 41 balls before retiring injured when India managed 163 by three against New Zealand in the fifth International T20 here on Sunday.

Rohit, batting at number three, retired injured after injuring his left calf while hitting a six and left the field with discomfort. He faced 41 balls and connected three four and three six.

This was after India won the draw and chose to hit. virat Kohli He was expected to rest, with Rohit entering, and it was the only change for Wellington's India. Rishabh pants He was ignored once more.

For New Zealand, Kane Williamson did not recover on time and Tim Southee He led the side once more.

Despite Rohit's return, Sanju Samson (2) continued to open the entrances and did not work again. However, another opportunity arose when he hit the extra coverage directly and was out for two races.

KL Rahul (45) and Rohit then added 88 runs for the second wicket, providing a vital boost to the Indian entries.

The duo fit dominated the Black Caps attack and put 50 of only 35 balls. Rahul connected four four and two six in his 33-ball stay.

He fell in twelfth place against the game streak and finished with 224 runs in the series, the most for an Indian batter in any bilateral T20I series.

Rohit scored his 25th half-century T20I with 35 balls. He tried to accelerate, but then he was injured in 17 and retired.

The loss of Rahul and Rohit impacted Indian entries, and they lost all momentum in a wicket in slowdown.

Shreyas Iyer He hit 33 of 31 balls, including a four and two six, but failed to beat the 170 score.

Panish manish He scored 11 not out of four balls, with a four and a six.

India has an undisputed 4-0 lead in the five-game series.