10 Best Tweets On Yuzvendra Chahal’s Brilliant Bowling Spell Against England

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10 Best Tweets On Yuzvendra Chahal’s Brilliant Bowling Spell Against England

India put on another clinical bowling performance and bowled England out for 246 in the second ODI of the three-match series at Lord’s. At the heart of India’s brilliant bowling show was leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal. In the first ODI at The Oval, Chahal was rendered to be almost unused bowling just 2 wicketless overs as …


10 Best Tweets On Yuzvendra Chahal’s Brilliant Bowling Spell Against England

India put on another clinical bowling performance and bowled England out for 246 in the second ODI of the three-match series at Lord’s. At the heart of India’s brilliant bowling show was leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal.

In the first ODI at The Oval, Chahal was rendered to be almost unused bowling just 2 wicketless overs as the pacers did the damage.

Today, though, as Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami went wicketless in their opening spells, it was Chahal who once again proved his worth in the middle-overs of ODI cricket by nipping out 4 English batters that meant India had the upper hand for the entire innings after the first wicket of Jason Roy, forced by Hardik Pandya in the 9th over.

Yuzvendra Chahal takes 4 as India bowl England out again

Chahal had shown great form in the two T20Is earlier against England where he took 4 wickets for 42 runs. He continued that grip on the English batsmen in the second ODI. To think all four batters whom Chahal dismissed – Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali – got out while playing an attacking shot, England had their executions wrong against the wily leg-spinner.

Yuzvendra Chahal
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Chahal first struck in his second over, the 15th, with the big wicket of Jonny Bairstow who was starting to grow in confidence with 6 fours that he had already hit to reach 38 runs. He went for a big slog against Chahal, but the ball was full and pitched on leg; Jonny missed his hit and the ball hit the leg stump.

Two overs later, Chahal had another in-form batsman – Joe Root – who went low but missed his sweep to another loopy delivery in line with the stumps, that, on review by Root, was shown to be crashing into the stumps.

Ben Stokes played audaciously and succeeded for a while- reverse sweeping Chahal for two boundaries, but the leggie had the last laugh as Stokes missed his third reverse sweep and was plumb lbw. Moeen Ali fell to Chahal, caught at deep mid-wicket by Jadeja when he mistimed one slog as he hunted boundaries in the late overs.

Netizens were full of praise for Yuzvendra Chahal for his exceptional bowling performance that put India in command at Lord’s.

Here are some of the reactions hailing Chahal’s spin wizardry:

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