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IPL 2020: Rohit Sharma had a heartwarming gesture for Rahul Chahar, who had a day to forget against DC in the Qualifier 1

November 6, 2020

Written By,

Ankit Seth

Mumbai Indians' (MI) bowling assault has generally been about Jasprit Bumrah and Trent Boult in the IPL 2020. The quick bowling duo has a consolidated count of 49 wickets and has unleashed ruin. In fact, Bumrah, against the Delhi Capitals (DC), turned into the Purple Cap holder with 27 wickets, bringing down Kagiso Rabada. Notwithstanding, the MI spinner, Rahul Chahar, has been no less.

The spinner might not have a lot of wickets, yet he has played alright to include in the entirety of Mumbai's 15 matches up to this point. The leg-spinner has 15 wickets to show for his endeavors at an economy rate of 8.16. In any case, against Shreyas Iyer's DC, he had an awful day. In the two overs he bowled, Chahar was taken for 35 runs in his overs.

Rahul Chahar did not have a great day

Marcus Stoinis swindled him with some healthy blows. Chahar came into the attack in the ninth over and the Stoinis hit him for 19 runs in his first over. Chahar returned for his second over and gave away 16 runs. In the last over of DC's run-chase, he likewise made an easy catch look very hard, inevitably taking it in four attempts. It was the only happy moment for Chahar in the field.

It's implied that Chahar's certainty wouldn't have soared. Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma, the MI skipper, had an inspiring motion for Chahar. After MI's 57-run win at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, the 33-year-old requested that the spinner lead the group through to the changing area. In the video, Sharma can be seen rousing Chahar, giving a pat on his back.

Rohit and Co, in the wake of topping the IPL 2020 points table, have cleared their path through to the final. Bumrah turned into the Player of the Match. He finished with a spell of 4-1-14-4 to go with 17 dot deliveries. He took the big wickets of Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer, Marcus Stoinis, and Daniel Sams.

Bumrah additionally turned into the most wicket-taker for an Indian bowler in a single version of the IPL, outperforming Bhuvneshwar Kumar. All things considered, they will now play the Final at the Sheik Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

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Written By,

Ankit Seth