IND vs. ENG: Akash Chopra demands after India loses Chennai Test, Yuvvendra Chahal joins Test team soon

After winning the Test series in Sri Lanka’s ground, the England cricket team made their Test debut in India with a win. The team defeated the team by 227 runs in the Chennai Test, thanks to captain Joe Root’s record double century in the 100th Test and then Jack Leach-James Anderson’s spectacular bowling. The world’s best batting team were reduced to just 192 in the second innings. Former India cricketer Aakash Chopra has suggested that India’s former leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal should be included in the Test squad following the unexpected defeat of Team India.

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Akash Chopra tweeted that the ideal team should be joined by leg spinner Yuzvendra Chahal in the Test squad as soon as possible. They will not be available for the second test, but considering the biological bubble, they should be included in the team for the third test. The third Test will be held in Ahmedabad. India have also been under pressure since losing the first match of the series, with only one defeat, they have already finished fourth in the ICC World Test Championship point table. In contrast, England went from fourth to first.

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Speaking of Yuzvendra Chahal, he has played a total of 31 matches in first class cricket, including bowling 48 innings and taking 84 wickets in his name. His best performance during this period was six for 44. Chahal has proven to be quite economical in terms of runs, which is 3.06. Little wonder that, having made his debut in ODI cricket almost five years ago, he has never had the opportunity to play any Test match.

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