Deepak Chahar bowled brilliantly against Gujarat. (IPL Photo)
New Delhi: Deepak Chahar was roped in by Chennai Super Kings for a whopping price of 14 crores. This player was injured after playing the first three matches in IPL-2023. But has been showing a strong game since his return. This bowler took two important wickets against Gujarat Titans in the first qualifier on Tuesday. Shami was caught by Chahar Also ended Gujarat’s innings. During this he was seen in some trouble.
Chahar has now told what had happened to him and how he is now. Chahar took two important wickets against Gujarat. He put Gujarat in trouble by taking two important wickets of Wriddhiman Saha and Shubman Gill. Chahar gave 29 runs in four overs of his quota in this match and took two wickets.
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‘Everything is fine’
On the last ball of the last over, Mathisa Patirana bowled a short ball to Mohammed Shami, on which Shami pulled and Chahar took a brilliant catch at mid-off. During this, some problem was seen in his leg. Probably his muscles were pulled. When Chahar spoke after the match, he was asked a question regarding this injury. Responding to this, Chahar said that everything is fine. There is one more match left, he is focused on that match.
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Showed strength in comeback
Chahar played the first three matches of this season. In the match played against Mumbai Indians on 8 April, he had a problem of muscle strain. After this he was out for a few matches. Chahar then returned after six matches. He made a comeback on May 3 after Lucknow Super Giants. Since then Chahar has taken 12 wickets in six matches.
If we look at his overall performance this season, then this right-arm fast bowler has played a total of nine matches so far and has taken 12 wickets. He could not take a single wicket in the first three matches.
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