IND vs SA: Yuzvendra Chahal Reveals How He Redeemed His Bowling In 3rd T20I vs South Africa

IND vs SA: Yuzvendra Chahal Reveals How He Redeemed His Bowling In 3rd T20I vs South Africa

Yuzwinder Chahal celebrating after taking the wicket.© BCCI

Spinner Yuzwinder ChahalTaking three wickets helped Team India beat South Africa in the third T20I, revealing how they have delivered their bowling from the last two games. India’s all-round performance helped beat South Africa by 48 runs in the third T20I of a five-match series at the ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday. “I’ve played a lot of slider balls and fast balls in previous matches. Today I changed my seam position. It is my strength to rotate and dip the ball. Today I tried to turn it and speak softly. Tried to bowl. To the best of my ability, I focused on that, “Chahal said in his post-match presentation.

“When the batsmen try to reverse swap, it becomes difficult for the bowlers. But now I have another plan and the fields are arranged accordingly. I did not bowl well in the last match, coach. Told me to leave my strength behind. There (Rajkot) is big, “he added.

Batting first, the pair scored 97 runs Raturaj Gaikwad (57) and Ishan Kishan (54) took India to 179/5 in the allotted 20 overs. The first innings was watched as India dominated the first half of the innings, but South Africa picked up the pace in the second half.


In reply, the Proteas never liked to go because they kept losing wickets from time to time and finally piled up 131 runs with five balls to spare. Blue for men, Chahal and Herschel Patel He took three and four wickets respectively to derail the visitors’ pursuit. Bhuvneshwar Kumar And Akshar Patel Got one wicket each.

With this win in the do-or-die clash, India has opened its account in the five-match T20I series. The series is still 2-1 in favor of the visitors, the fourth T20I will be played on Friday at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Gujarat.

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