Deepak Chahar explains how India may overlook a trick in the Indian Premier League. A couple of days back, when India announced their 15-man squad for the T20 World Cup. Deepak Chahar was only considered good enough for a spot.
He is one of the three stand-by players, the pacer would’ve felt gutted. It is not just because he has done well. Whenever called upon for India, but also because of the Men In Blue. It seems to have selected too many spinners. Chahar is considered for 20 batters in his brief T20 international career. Also, including a spell of 6/7 at Nagpur. Separated from that, he specializes in bowling in the Power Play. The trait that distinguishes him from the rest of the pack. And portrays the special attributes at his disposal.
Deepak Chahar is probably the best white-ball exponent of the new ball in India. It means that when he was excluded from the T20 World Cup squad. Moreover, eyebrows were certainly raised. Since cricket personnel has shared their opinions. On why the Chennai pacer was unfortunate to miss out. He hasn’t had a lot to say. He held up for the opening game of the IPL to form the ball talk. Also, it happens usually at a location to observe.
CSK frantically required early scalps. In any case, Quinton de Kock signaled his intentions and ripped into Josh Hazlewood. Also, when Chahar came in to bowl the 3rd over. The pressure was firmly on the pacer. Not just because de Kock can breeze away rapidly. but because CSK didn’t have a lot of runs to play with.
Lastly, Chahar set the South African up adeptly. He kept probing on a back of a length throughout his spell. Before bowling a full in-swinger on middle and off stump.