Bravo suffered a hamstring strain on his left leg and was forced to retire hurt during the third ODI.
Ahmedabad: West Indian batsman Darren Bravo has suffered a hamstring strain on his left leg and was forced to retire hurt during his team's batting against India in the third ODI here, a team official said on Monday.
"Darren Bravo has a left hamstring strain. He's under treatment and his availability for the next match at Indore (on August 8) would be known only after two days," said media manager Philip Spooner.
The left-handed batsman had to retire hurt at an individual score of 26.
He could not resume his innings later and was off the field when India tried to chase a victory target of 261 and were bowled out for 244 in 46.5 overs.