IPL 2021: Fast bowler Mohammad Shami’s match with Deepak Chahar, Jitav bowling match, Photo Viral

On Friday, CSK fast bowler Deepak Chahar played a killer match between the Chennai Super Kings and the Punjab Kings, dismissing Punjab on the basis of bowling. With four wickets in their 13 overs, Punjab were able to score 106 in their allotted overs. In response, the Chennai team reached the target before the end of 16 overs. Moin Ali and Faf Duplessis performed spectacularly on behalf of the team. Chahar was awarded Man of the Match for his vigorous bowling. After the match, his image started to go viral enough, in which he was touching the feet of fast bowler Mohammed Shami.

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Fans also liked the film. Many people have commented that Deepak Chahar has got so many wickets because of Mohammed Shami. Like Deepak, Shami’s performance in this match was excellent. Although his team suffered a one-sided defeat in this match, they scored twice in 21 overs in 4 overs. This included Suresh Raina and Ambati Rayudu.

Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who lost to Delhi Capital by seven wickets in the opening match of the IPL 2021, is the 200th match for the team. Chaher’s brilliant opening spell saw the Punjab Kings batsman helpless and the entire team managed to score 106 for eight wickets. Chaher threw one of his four over maidens and took four for 13.

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Responding to Punjab’s 107-run target, CSK lost their opener Ruturaj Gaikwad (05) in the fifth over, but Faf Duplessis and Moeen Ali took a wicket. Murugan Ashwin dismissed Moin Ali for 90 off the pavilion. The team then moved on to an easy goal, but Mohammed Shami dismissed Suresh Raina and Ambati Rayudu in consecutive deliveries for 99 and boosted their victory.

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