Deepak Chahar has become the toast of the country because of his gallant thump of an unbeaten 69 in the second ODI against Sri Lanka in Colombo. Coming in at number eight, the 28-year-old played splendid innings under tension in a run-pursue of 276. That India had a potential bowling all-rounder at lower down the request in type of Chahar made fans and pundits enjoyably astounded.
However, right-gave lower-request hitter has laments for posting himself as an all-rounder and not as a bowler in the Indian Premier League (IPL) draft in 2018. He was brought for INR 80 lakhs, while his more youthful cousin Rahul Deepak Chahar was gobbled up by Mumbai Indians (MI) for INR 1.9 crores. The family was glad for Rahul yet felt on the off chance that Deepak might have filled the structure as a bowler, he also might have gone for additional in the bartering.
Presently, Lokander Chahar, Deepak’s dad, talked about something very similar to Times of India. “Humari galti thi (It was our shortcoming). Deepak had filled the structure as an all-rounder. The all-rounder classification arrived behind schedule in the day. Rahul went as a bowler. Rahul’s name came right off the bat in the bartering. Deepak came later. When Deepak’s name was called, groups had depleted a great deal of the cash in any case Deepak would have more than Rs 2 crores. We had a thought that Rahul would draw large offers. It was anything but an amazement or an accident that he went for so much,” he said.
Deepak Chahar realizes he can’t be a one-dimensional cricketer: Lokander Chahar
It’s obviously true’s that Deepak Chahar is chipping away at honing his abilities in the batting office. He likewise scored not many convenient runs in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, in the 2018 season, not long before the barterings were set to occur.
CSK captain MS Dhoni saw Deepak’s batting potential and advanced him up the request at number six in what ended up being a strained arrived behind schedule against Kings XI Punjab (presently Punjab Kings). He scored 39 off only 20 balls and showed his batting abilities to CSK the board.
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Lokander feels Deepak Chahar consistently chips away at his batting while at the same time playing homegrown counterparts for Rajasthan. He likewise added that it is an unquestionable requirement to be multi-dimensional instead of being acceptable at one range of abilities. “He was batting great for Rajasthan before he got harmed after that competition. Yet, Deepak realizes he can’t be a one-dimensional cricketer,” Lokander said.