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IND vs WI: Deepak Chahar Walks Off the Field After Injury

India pacer Deepak Chahar walked off the field after he pulled up some injury on his right leg. Although, it still not clear what had exactly happened to the seamer, but the incident happened in the last ball of his second over. He had bowled brilliantly to remove two Windies batters—-Kyle Mayers and Shai Hope.

He was in his delivery stride when it appeared that he had pulled up a muscle in his right leg after which he stopped in his delivery stride and sat on the ground. The physio did rush to the ground, but the damage was done and Chahar pulled out of the game. He was seen walking off the field alongside the physio. But this time Windies were reduced to 33.2. Earlier also in the first T20I, he had such an injury scare.

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Chahar, who was bought back by Chennai Super Kings for a massive Rs 14 crore in the IPL 2022 mega auction, sustained a blow to his right hand while trying to stop a powerful pull shot from opposition skipper Kieron Pollard in the square leg region.

The incident happened in the penultimate over of the match when the Windies skipper looked to fire in all cylinders as Chahar was sent back to the dressing room and could not finish his full quota as Harshal Patel had to bowl the final over. Chahar finished with figures of 3-0-28-1.

Earlier Suryakumar Yadav unleashed his brute power on way to an explosive half-century and was well supported by Venkatesh Iyer as India posted a challenging 184 for five in the third and final T20I here on Sunday. Suryakumar smashed seven sixes and one boundary in an exceptional display of clean-hitting before getting out for a 31-ball 65 in the final delivery. India smashed 86 runs in the final five overs.

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Pace bowling all-rounder Venkatesh Iyer remained unbeaten on 35 off 19 balls with four fours and two sixes at the other end as the duo put together 91 runs from 37 balls for the fourth wicket to help India recover from a mini middle order collapse. Having put on a fifty-plus stand in just 32 balls, the duo of Shreyas and Ishan failed to convert their starts and got out in the space of seven balls.

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