India vs Bangladesh 3rd T20I Highlights: Deepak Chahar Claims Hat-Trick As India Clinch Series 2-1
India vs Bangladesh 3rd T20I Highlights: While Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul shone with the bat, Deepak Chahar was the star of the night with figures of 6-7.
India won the crucial series-decider in Nagpur in dramatic fashion as Deepak Chahar picked up a hat-trick and career best figures in the third T20I against Bangladesh. It was anything but smooth sailing for India, with Bangladesh at one point looking set for a comfortable win, but Deepak Chahar bowled a fantastic spell to give India the win. After Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul scored classy half-centuries to give India a total of 174, Chahar gave India the early breakthrough, taking two wickets in two balls in his first over of the game. But young opener Mohammad Naim and Mohammad Mithun put on a 98-run stand, with Naim scoring a magnificent 81. But Deepak Chahar came back to remove Mohammad Mithun, before Shivam Dube picked up three wickets to put India back in control. Chahar then picked up a wicket on the last ball of his third over, and then, bowling the final over of the innings, he got two in the first two deliveries to become the first Indian to bag a hat-trick in T20Is. The seamer finished with incredible figures of 6-7. (SCORECARD)
Highlights Between India vs Bangladesh 3rd T20I, straight from Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur
- 22:23 (IST)Dube to Afif Hossain, OUT!Two in two for Dube! The match has turned on its head here! Dube bowls a shorter, quicker one, and Afif just has a jab at it. It pops up from his bat and Dube completes an easy catch to claim his third wicket of the match.If Dube was expensive in his first two overs, he has been absolutely phenomenal in his last two!
- 22:01 (IST)Chahar to Mithun, OUTChahar strikes again for India! Mohammad Mithun went for the big shot after a very economical over and he mistimes the shot and it flies to KL Rahul at long-off. Won't find a safer pair of hands there!Mithun gave good support to Naim but will now depart for 27 off 28, with the partnership at 98.Meanwhile, Deepak Chahar's figures currently read 3-3.