Why is Deepak Chahar not bowling in MI vs CSK match? Check reason here

Updated on: Apr 8, 2023 9:16 pm IST

Deepak Chahar

Chennai Super Kings are in a commanding position currently against the 5-time champions Mumbai Indians. However, the MS Dhoni led side has suffered an injury scare in the form of their premier seam bowler Deepak Chahar. The seamer walked back to the dressing room after bowling the first over of the match after seemingly straining his left hamstring.

Deepak Chahar strained his left hamsting

CSK’s right-arm pacer, Deepak Chahar, is currently off the field due to a leg issue, and a substitute fielder has taken his place. Chahar experienced an injury or discomfort while bowling the fifth ball of the first over of a cricket match. He then called for the physiotherapist to address the issue. After receiving treatment, Chahar completed the over and subsequently left the field, indicating that he may not have been able to continue playing due to the injury. Without more information, it is impossible to determine the extent or nature of the injury, but it is possible that he suffered a strain, sprain, or other type of injury that required immediate attention.

This situation highlights the importance of having a strong and balanced team with sufficient depth in all departments, especially in a competitive tournament like the IPL where every player’s contribution matters.

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CSK in command vs MI

Despite losing Deepak Chahar in the very first over the match, the Chennai Super Kings are seemingly in command of the game. MS Dhoni trapped Mumbai Indians batting in his spinners web as the left-arm spin duo of Mitchell Santner and Ravindra Jadeja shared 5 wickets between them. At the time of writing MI completed their innings at a score of 157 for the loss of 8 wickets. Ishan Kishan was the top scorer for MI with 32 runs from 21 deliveries. Ravindra Jadeja was the pick of bowlers with 3 for 20 from 4 overs.

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