PCB Backs Misbah despite failure in PSL 202023 March 2020 / SkyBook365 Cricket Editors Team
Islamabad crashed out without reaching the knockout stages for the 1st time.
New-ball swing is what Deepak Chahar is known for. It's the skill that has earned him a place in India's T20I team. Deepak Chahar's world-record six-wicket haul, which included a hat-trick, roused India to a 30-run against Bangladesh to clinch the T20I series in Nagpur. Chahar's 6 for 7 are the best-ever T20I figures, beating Ajantha Mendis' 6 for 8 against Zimbabwe in 2012. Chahar also became the first Indian to get a T20I hat-trick when he removed Shafiul Islam, Mustafizur Rahman and Aminul Islam over his last two overs to close off the Bangladesh innings. While batting first Indian captain Rohit Sharma failed to score runs on the 3rd T20. But KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer had set things up for the hosts and take them to 174 runs. Rahul scored 52 runs from 3r balls and Iyer scored 62 runs from 33 balls. Manish Pandey provided the finishing touches scored 22 runs from 13 balls. The visitors were in the game till the 12th over of the 175 runs chase as Mohammad Naim dominated the Indian attack. When he fell for 81 runs off 48 balls to Shivam Dube, who proved his bowling credentials with a three-for, Bangladesh's chase fell apart.
India were defending 174 in dewy conditions, with an inexperienced attack and no sixth bowler. Their fifth bowler was Shivam Dube, a seam-bowling allrounder known more for his batting and playing only his third T20I. In these circumstances, Chahar was one of the two "senior" members of the bowling attack alongside the legspinner Yuzvendra Chahal. Chahal gave 7 runs and took 6 wickets he was still more than a handful for the Bangladesh batsmen with his incisive bowling, earning him 14 dots from his 20 deliveries. Young Shivam Dube also impressed us with his balling figure, he took 3 important wickets including dangerous Mohammad Naim, who scored 81 runs from 48 balls.
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