Deepak Chahar’s Hat-Trick again, second hat-trick in three days: Team India’s fast bowler Deepak Chahar has again done wonders. The 27-year-old bowler has done a second hat-trick in three days. Earlier on Sunday, he scored the first hat-trick from India in the T20 International against Bangladesh.
Deepak Chahar has hit a hat-trick in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (T-20) on Tuesday. Chahar, playing for Rajasthan in Thiruvananthapuram, scored a hat-trick by taking three wickets in three consecutive balls against Vidarbha. He took 4 wickets for 18 runs in 3 overs. It is interesting that in the over in which Deepak Chahar scored a hat-trick, he took a wicket on the first ball of the same over. That is, he took a total of 4 wickets in an over.
In front of Deepak Chahar’s bowling, Vidarbha’s team was able to score 99/9 runs in the scheduled 13 overs. Chahar completed his hat-trick by taking wickets on the last three balls of the innings. However, this unique performance of Chahar went in vain. Rajasthan team lost this match by 1 run (from VJD method). The number of overs was reduced to 13 due to rain. Rajasthan had a target of 106 runs, but they could only score 105/8 runs.
Earlier, Deepak Chahar had bowled a record against Bangladesh in the decisive T20 match played in Nagpur and took a new world record in the history of T20 International.
Deepak Chahar took 6 wickets for 7 runs in 3.2 overs. He became the first bowler from India to take a hat-trick in T20 International. Prior to Deepak Chahar, no Indian bowler had done this feat in T20 International. Deepak Chahar became the 11th bowler in the world to take a hat-trick in T20 International.
Deepak Chahar broke the 7-year-old record of Sri Lankan mystery bowler Ajanta Mendis by taking 6 wickets for 7 runs in 3.2 overs in the T20 International on Sunday. Who took 6 wickets for 8 runs against Zimbabwe in 2012. This bowling figure of Deepak Chahar is the best in the history of T20 International.