Former Indian pacer on Yuzvendra Chahal performance in the third T20I match against South Africa: “By The Time He Was Done…”
After Yuzvendra Chahal’s outstanding performance in the third Twenty20 International against South Africa, Ashish Nehra was all praise for him.
So, Yuzvendra Chahal was at the top of his game as India crushed South Africa by 48 runs in the third game to win the series after two underwhelming performances in the first two T20 Internationals (T20Is) against South Africa. The cunning leg spinner returned with figures of 3/20 after putting the middle order of South Africa to sea. His list of victims included a number of well-known people. So, He got Rassie van der Dussen, who was crucial to South Africa winning the first T20I. And Dwaine Pretorius, who has been utilized successfully as a pinch-hitter in this series, Heinrich Klaasen, who was the Proteas’ game-winning batsman in the second T20I.
So, Ashish Nehra, the head coach of the Gujarat Titans and a former India bowler, gushed over Yuzvendra Chahal, saying that he was back to his typical aggressive self after being a little more defensive in the second T20I.
“Today, we got to watch Yuzvendra Chahal in his combative, well-known form. So He demonstrated that tonight by altering both his tempo and his length. “After the game on Tuesday, Nehra made a statement on Cricbuzz.
“Although Yuzvendra Chahal may have been thinking, “Maybe I was too defensive, maybe I could have pitched it up more,” Klaasen hit exceptionally well in the previous game. Because he bowls in that manner, “said he.
So Chahal, according to Nehra, effectively ended South Africa’s prospects of pursuing 180.
“The batters were utterly stopped in their tracks by Yuzvendra Chahal. And he took out Nos. 3, 4, and 5. South Africa was thus fully eliminated from the game at the end of Yuzvendra Chahal overs “said he.
India scored 179/5 thanks to half-centuries from the openers Ruturaj Gaikwad and Ishan Kishan.
Then Harshal Patel added four wickets to Yuzvendra Chahal’s outstanding effort as South Africa was bowled out for 131 in response.
Hence, The fourth T20I match will now take place in Rajkot on Friday, with South Africa holding a 2-1 series advantage.