New Delhi: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) pacer Deepak Chahar proposed to his partner after their match against Punjab Kings at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Thursday. In the video, Chahar can be seen putting a ring on his partner’s finger and hugging him at the stadium. Also Read – LIVE IPL 2021 KKR vs RR Live Cricket Score Today, IPL Live Match 54 Latest Updates: Shubman Gill Falls After Fifty; Rajasthan Royals breach Kolkata Knight Riders’ charge in the final overs
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Deepak Chahar proposed to his partner after the match. Congratulations guys❤️💍😭 pic.twitter.com/OFdq33yUIv
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CSK lost after a brilliant innings from KL Rahul. Chahar’s match was not very good, he took one wicket for 48 runs in his 4 overs.
After being sent to bat, CSK lost wickets at regular intervals and only Faf du Plessis hit a 55-ball 76 to help Chennai reach a respectable total in their allotted 20 overs. For Punjab, Mohammed Shami was in his elements at one point, conceding only 6 runs in the first 3 overs.
Arshdeep Singh and Chris Jordan were the bowlers’ picks for Punjab, with four wickets between them helping Rahul to control things on the field and eventually restricting them to a total of 134 for 6.
Rahul blew all the guns in Punjab to give a clarification to the CSK bowlers. Shardul Thakur provided some hope for Chennai with his double strike, but Rahul made sure there were no hiccups in the run-chase and brought his team home with seven overs to spare.
Rahul remained unbeaten on 98 off 42 balls and finished the run-chase in spectacular fashion with a maximum. For Chennai, Thakur was the bowlers’ choice with figures of 3 for 28 in his three overs.