Team India’s fast bowler played the biggest innings of his career, won the lost match against Sri Lanka.
Indian bowler Deepak Chahar scored a half-century
Due to the brilliant batting of Deepak Chahar, he managed to capture the series. Batting first, Sri Lanka’s team scored 275 for 9 wickets. In reply, Team India achieved the target of victory for the loss of 7 wickets in the over.
The Indian team has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series being played against Sri Lanka. In the second match played on Tuesday, Team India managed to capture the series on the basis of the brilliant batting of fast bowler Deepak Chahar. Batting first, Sri Lanka’s team scored 275 for 9 wickets. In reply, Team India achieved the target of victory for the loss of 7 wickets in the over.
India clinched the three-match ODI series by winning the second consecutive match against Sri Lanka. Team India, which won the first match on the back of the blazing batting of Prithvi Shaw and Ishan Kishan, won the match with Deepak Chahar’s innings. Chahar completed his first ODI half century for India and that too at a time when the team needed it the most.
The Indian team lost 7 wickets for 193 runs and from here Deepak Chahar showed his real game. Chasing 275, this bowler hit strong shots and led the team to victory. The unbeaten innings of 69 runs off 82 balls with the help of 7 fours and 1 six gave the team victory and played an important role in capturing the series.
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Unbeaten partnership of 84 runs
Chahar along with Bhuvneshwar Kumar played a memorable partnership for Team India. The Indian team had lost 7 wickets before 200 runs. Chahar added an unbeaten 84 with Bhui for the eighth wicket and took the team to victory. This win is important for the team as it has captured India’s ODI series.
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