A young Indian Cricket team, led by Shikhar Dhawan, showed their determination to beat Sri Lanka in the second ODI with three wickets on Tuesday in Colombo. Chasing the goal of the 276 races set by Sri Lanka, Deepak found an unexpected Indian hero in Chahar, stole the show with his brilliant battle and led the team to victory from the jaws of defeat. When they came together, India dropped to 160 for 6. Chahar, who remained unbeaten in 82 of the 69 submissions, shared a video on Twitter, saying it was a moment “that they will never forget”.
– Deepak Chahar (@ deepak_chahar9) July 21, 2021
Sharing a short clip from Tuesday’s game, Chahar wrote: “I will never forget this moment #teamindia #dream. Thank you so much for your wish # means you agree to keep it.”
In the footage, Chahar was able to watch Smashing Kasun Rajitha get the rides he won in India outside the first four balls of the 50th.
Chahar’s message soon sparked interest, as his fans praised the 28-year-old for winning matches.
“I think Deepa Chahar has fixed the depth of the battle in India at a lower level,” one user said.
Another user named Chennai Super Kings (CSK) three-time Indian Premier League (IPL) champion for his skill in the battle of Chahar.
He read the “Class Man CSK product”. The user also used fire and two red-hearted emojis.
“Great battle of Bhaiya” was written by another follower with two smiling faces with a heart eye and fire emojis.
Another cricket fan said Chahar turned from one seamstress ball to another after the blow he won in his match. “Maje aa gye …. ab to pakke bowler se all-rounder ho gye ho” wrote the user.
In an earlier post on Tuesday night, Chahar shared another photo that was taken immediately after the race was won. He wrote the headline “We’re playing for these moments” and added the “proud” trawl.
On Tuesday, halfway through the century with Avishka Fernando (who missed 71 balls) and Asalanka (who missed 65 with 68 balls), Sri Lanka ran 275 runs to lose nine wickets. Chamika Karunaratne scored 33 valuable balls in 44 runs.
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