“MS Dhoni Chahar has been made a finisher,” Ashish Nehra said

In the second ODI between India and Sri Lanka, Deepak Chahar won India by his batting. With this win, India took a 2-0 lead in the 3-match ODI series. Deepak Chahar came to bat at a time when India’s defeat was evident. Along with Chahar, Bhubaneswar Kumar led India to victory. After this victory, Deepak Chahar has been discussed everywhere. Many experienced players praised Deepak. Former fast bowler Ashish Nehra is also on the list. He claims that Dhoni has built another finisher in Chahar.

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Nehra, who played for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL, told Cricbuzz Hindi that “Deepak can bat while playing for Chennai.” He batted very cleverly. He hit bad balls. After the dismissal of Krunal Pandya, he also played a defensive shot in light balls to take the match to the end. He took advantage of playing for Chennai Super Kings and learned a lot from Dhoni. He said, ‘Dhoni always tries to help the youth. We saw another example of this today. Deepak put the match in the bag of India.

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Chaher plays for Chennai Super Kings in IPL. He has said many times that he has learned a lot from team captain Dhoni. Deepak Chahar shared an unbroken 84-run partnership for the 8th wicket with Bhubaneswar Kumar. Chahar made the first fifty of his international career. He won the match by scoring 69 not out in 82 balls. The last ODI of the series will be played on July 23.

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