Watch: Yuzvendra Chahal trolls Deepak Chahar by calling him 'besharam'Last updated on Nov 11, 2019, 05:53 pm
India came up with an amazing performance, as they trumped Bangladesh in the third and final T20I in Nagpur on Sunday.
While it was a team effort, pacer Deepak Chahar's performance stood out as he ended up with figures of 6/7, including a hat-trick.
Following the match, he was trolled by Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, who called him 'besharam'.
Here is why.
Chahal accuses Chahar of breaking the former's record
Following the match, fans witnessed an interview session, comprising of Chahal and Chahar, along with Shreyas Iyer, where Chahal accused the pacer of breaking his record.
"What do we say in bowling about this man. Aaj mera hi record tod diya, 'bade besharam aadmi ho yaar tum' (Today you broke my record. You are a shameless man)," Chahal trolled Chahar on BCCI.tv.
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Chahar delighted by his performance
"Quite a good feeling. Even if you are sitting at home, you will not think that in a T20I match you will take six wickets, giving away 7 runs in four," Chahar told his team-mates during the interview about his match-winning performance.
Secret to success
Chahar reveals his secret to success, even under dew
Conditions were difficult for bowlers, due to dew.
However, Chahar succeeded with the ball, and he even shared the secret to his success.
"Varying pace was difficult because it was a little wet but playing in Chennai, where there can be dew and you sweat a lot, I have developed a habit of drying your hands with dirt," he said.
Chahal 'unhappy' with Chahar's match-winning performance!
WATCH: Hat-trick of sixes, Hat-trick of wickets a card trick to top it up. This is yet another Chahal TV special. 😎😎 @deepak_chahar9 @ShreyasIyer15 @yuzi_chahal - by @28anand— BCCI (@BCCI) November 11, 2019
Full Video here 👉👉 https://t.co/2Ni3uCykZT pic.twitter.com/HsBGoK0CHf
How did the match pan out?
India lost Rohit Sharma (2) early on and were pegged back.
Shikhar Dhawan (19) looked positive before perishing.
KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer added 59 runs for the third wicket.
After Iyer's dismissal, Manish Pandey (22*) helped India get past 170.
In reply, Bangladesh lost two quick wickets. However, Mohammad Naim (81) impressed and scored freely.
But, it wasn't enough in the end.
Some records scripted during the 3rd T20I
As for the records scripted during the third T20I:
- Shikhar Dhawan became the fifth Indian to go past 1,500 T20I runs.
- Yuzvendra Chahal becomes the third Indian to claim 50 T20I wickets.
- Deepak Chahar registered best bowling figures in T20Is, of 6/7, besides becoming the first Indian to claim a hat-trick in T20Is.