Deepak Chahar, a fast bowler for Team India, was injured in the third T20 match against the West Indies. The Indian team’s tension has risen as a result of this. The Chennai Super Kings are also disappointed. Deepak was purchased by the franchise for Rs 14 crore in the mega auction held on February 12 and 13. Chahar bowled just 11 balls in the third T20 match and dismissed both West Indies openers.
Chahar was visibly upset on the final ball of the second over, and he sat on the ground in pain. Deepak didn’t even finish his over and returned to the dressing room because his pain had worsened. It’s a problem if this player’s injury results in swelling, blueness, or pain.
Deepak Chahar sits on the field after suffering an injury during the third T20 match.
may be ruled out of the Sri Lankan series
The three-match T20 series against Sri Lanka will begin on February 24 in Lucknow. Due to injury, he may be forced to withdraw from the series. According to reports in the media, the IPL will begin on March 27. The type of injury they’ve sustained. He could take up to six weeks to recover. In such a situation, Chennai Super Kings will be in a lot of trouble. Chahar is a good batsman as well as a bowler. For the past several seasons, he has consistently performed well for Chennai. In such a situation, Dhoni’s team would avoid losing its star player at all costs.
After a six-year wait, India has regained the top spot in T20 cricket.
After defeating the West Indies in the third T20 match, Team India has regained the top spot in the ICC T20 rankings after a six-year wait. The team had previously risen to the top of the T20 rankings on 3 May 2016. Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the captain at the time. Following Dhoni, Rohit led the team to first place. Virat Kohli was named captain of the team after MS Dhoni, but he was unable to lead the team to the top spot.