Team India’s fast bowler Deepak Chahar has registered his second hat-trick in his name within three days. The last T20 International match of the three-match series against Bangladesh was played on Sunday (10 November), in which Chahar took a hat-trick and now (12 November) he played for Rajasthan in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy against Vidarbha. Hatrick Lee. This match is being played in Thiruvananthapuram. Chahar is in superb form these days. In the last match against Bangladesh, Chahar took six wickets for just seven runs in 3.2 overs and against Vidarbha he took four wickets for 18 runs in three overs.
Chahar also bowled one of the three maidens. Chahar sent Srikanth Wagh, Darshan Nalkande and Akshay Wadkar to the pavilion for three consecutive balls. Deepak took four wickets in this over. Deepak Chahar came in to throw the 13th over of Vidarbha’s innings. Chahar walked Rishabh Rathore on the first ball and then did not take any wickets on the second and third balls. Chahar then completed a hat-trick with consecutive wickets off the fourth, fifth and sixth balls. However, he bowled a wide ball after the fourth ball.
Sri Lankan catches Chandrapal Singh, while Nalakande catches Rajesh Bishnoi. Deepak was bowled clean by Akshay. Against Bangladesh, Deepak’s account came from the first two wickets with a catch, while the third wicket was bowled. Vidarbha’s team was reduced to 99 runs in 13 overs thanks to Chahar’s superb bowling. Deepak proved to be very expensive in his first two overs, but after that he made such a comeback that everyone was watching.