"By The Time He Was Done...": Former India Pacer On Yuzvendra Chahals Performance In 3rd T20I vs So

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Publish Date : 2022-06-15 00:00:00


"By The Time He Was Done...": Former India Pacer On Yuzvendra Chahals Performance In 3rd T20I vs So

After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather high-profile as well. He got Dwaine Pretorius, who has been used well as pinch-hitter this series, Rassie van der Dussen, who played a key role in South Africa winning the first T20I and then Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas' match-winner in the second T20I. Former India pacer and current Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra was all praise for Chahal and claimed that he was back to his usual aggressive self, after having been slightly on the defensive side in the second T20I. "The Chahal we know, the aggressive Chahal, we got to see him today. The way he varies his pace, the way he varies his lengths, he showed that today," Nehra said on Cricbuzz on Tuesday after the match.

After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather high-profile as well. He got Dwaine Pretorius, who has been used well as pinch-hitter this series, Rassie van der Dussen, who played a key role in South Africa winning the first T20I and then Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas' match-winner in the second T20I. Former India pacer and current Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra was all praise for Chahal and claimed that he was back to his usual aggressive self, after having been slightly on the defensive side in the second T20I. "The Chahal we know, the aggressive Chahal, we got to see him today. The way he varies his pace, the way he varies his lengths, he showed that today," Nehra said on Cricbuzz on Tuesday after the match.After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather high-profile as well. He got Dwaine Pretorius, who has been used well as pinch-hitter this series, Rassie van der Dussen, who played a key role in South Africa winning the first T20I and then Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas' match-winner in the second T20I. Former India pacer and current Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra was all praise for Chahal and claimed that he was back to his usual aggressive self, after having been slightly on the defensive side in the second T20I. "The Chahal we know, the aggressive Chahal, we got to see him today. The way he varies his pace, the way he varies his lengths, he showed that today," Nehra said on Cricbuzz on Tuesday after the match.After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather high-profile as well. He got Dwaine Pretorius, who has been used well as pinch-hitter this series, Rassie van der Dussen, who played a key role in South Africa winning the first T20I and then Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas' match-winner in the second T20I. Former India pacer and current Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra was all praise for Chahal and claimed that he was back to his usual aggressive self, after having been slightly on the defensive side in the second T20I. "The Chahal we know, the aggressive Chahal, we got to see him today. The way he varies his pace, the way he varies his lengths, he showed that today," Nehra said on Cricbuzz on Tuesday after the match.After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather high-profile as well. He got Dwaine Pretorius, who has been used well as pinch-hitter this series, Rassie van der Dussen, who played a key role in South Africa winning the first T20I and then Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas' match-winner in the second T20I. Former India pacer and current Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra was all praise for Chahal and claimed that he was back to his usual aggressive self, after having been slightly on the defensive side in the second T20I. "The Chahal we know, the aggressive Chahal, we got to see him today. The way he varies his pace, the way he varies his lengths, he showed that today," Nehra said on Cricbuzz on Tuesday after the match.After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather high-profile as well. He got Dwaine Pretorius, who has been used well as pinch-hitter this series, Rassie van der Dussen, who played a key role in South Africa winning the first T20I and then Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas' match-winner in the second T20I. Former India pacer and current Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra was all praise for Chahal and claimed that he was back to his usual aggressive self, after having been slightly on the defensive side in the second T20I. "The Chahal we know, the aggressive Chahal, we got to see him today. The way he varies his pace, the way he varies his lengths, he showed that today," Nehra said on Cricbuzz on Tuesday after the match.After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather high-profile as well. He got Dwaine Pretorius, who has been used well as pinch-hitter this series, Rassie van der Dussen, who played a key role in South Africa winning the first T20I and then Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas' match-winner in the second T20I. Former India pacer and current Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra was all praise for Chahal and claimed that he was back to his usual aggressive self, after having been slightly on the defensive side in the second T20I. "The Chahal we know, the aggressive Chahal, we got to see him today. The way he varies his pace, the way he varies his lengths, he showed that today," Nehra said on Cricbuzz on Tuesday after the match.After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather high-profile as well. He got Dwaine Pretorius, who has been used well as pinch-hitter this series, Rassie van der Dussen, who played a key role in South Africa winning the first T20I and then Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas' match-winner in the second T20I. Former India pacer and current Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra was all praise for Chahal and claimed that he was back to his usual aggressive self, after having been slightly on the defensive side in the second T20I. "The Chahal we know, the aggressive Chahal, we got to see him today. The way he varies his pace, the way he varies his lengths, he showed that today," Nehra said on Cricbuzz on Tuesday after the match.After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather high-profile as well. He got Dwaine Pretorius, who has been used well as pinch-hitter this series, Rassie van der Dussen, who played a key role in South Africa winning the first T20I and then Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas' match-winner in the second T20I. Former India pacer and current Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra was all praise for Chahal and claimed that he was back to his usual aggressive self, after having been slightly on the defensive side in the second T20I. "The Chahal we know, the aggressive Chahal, we got to see him today. The way he varies his pace, the way he varies his lengths, he showed that today," Nehra said on Cricbuzz on Tuesday after the match.After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather high-profile as well. He got Dwaine Pretorius, who has been used well as pinch-hitter this series, Rassie van der Dussen, who played a key role in South Africa winning the first T20I and then Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas' match-winner in the second T20I. Former India pacer and current Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra was all praise for Chahal and claimed that he was back to his usual aggressive self, after having been slightly on the defensive side in the second T20I. "The Chahal we know, the aggressive Chahal, we got to see him today. The way he varies his pace, the way he varies his lengths, he showed that today," Nehra said on Cricbuzz on Tuesday after the match.After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather high-profile as well. He got Dwaine Pretorius, who has been used well as pinch-hitter this series, Rassie van der Dussen, who played a key role in South Africa winning the first T20I and then Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas' match-winner in the second T20I. Former India pacer and current Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra was all praise for Chahal and claimed that he was back to his usual aggressive self, after having been slightly on the defensive side in the second T20I. "The Chahal we know, the aggressive Chahal, we got to see him today. The way he varies his pace, the way he varies his lengths, he showed that today," Nehra said on Cricbuzz on Tuesday after the match.After two disappointing outings in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa, Yuzvendra Chahal was back to his very best as India thumped South Africa by 48 runs in the third match to keep the series alive. The wily leg-spinner had the South Africa middle order all at sea and returned with figures of 3/20. His list of victims was rather



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