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WATCH- Deepak Chahar’s Sensational Hat-Trick Against Bangladesh

On Sunday, Team India has clinched T20 series against Bangladesh with the margin of 2-1. In the third and final match of the series, India defeated Bangladesh by 30 runs. Indian pacer Deepak Chahar was awarded with Player of the match for his outstanding performances in the third T20. Meanwhile, he had taken 6 wickets by giving only 7 runs in his spell, which includes a hat-trick.

The right-handed pacer becomes the first Indian to pick hat-trick in T20Is and also bowled with the best-ever bowling figures in T20Is. On social-media handle, the performance of the young bowler is appreciated by fans and cricket experts. Just like the Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Deepak Chahar has the capabilities of swinging the ball both side. And in the upcoming T20 World Cup in Australia, he can be a major part of the team.

Short Summary of the Match

Earlier in the match, after winning the toss Bangladesh decided to bowl first at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur. In the initial stage of the Indian innings, Bangladesh got a good start as both openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit went off at earlier. However, Indian youngsters Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul did a good job in the middle and helped team India in building up the innings. Meanwhile, KL scored 52 off 35 balls and Shreyas Iyer scored 62 off 33 balls. 

Indian wicket batsman Rishabh Pant once again failed as he could manage to score only 6 off 9 balls. Thereafter Manish Pandey played a decent inning and helped team India, to set a target of 175. Manish scored 22 off just 13 balls. And from Bangladesh Shafiul Islam and Soumya Sarkar took two wickets each. In the reply, Bangladesh could manage to score only 144 runs before getting all-out.

Indian bowler Deepak Chahar bowled special spell and took 6 wickets by giving just 7 runs. Meanwhile, he has also taken a hat-trick for India. Here we are sharing the video of the same.

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