Ranji Trophy: Chennai Super Kings and India pacer Deepak Chahar made an unexpected appearance on the fourth day of the tournament on Saturday. June 25, in the ongoing Ranji Trophy finals between Mumbai and Madhya Pradesh at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.
The Bengaluru audience began screaming “CSK, CSK” and cheered for the CSK star when Chahar entered the stadium during the Ranji finals. Chahar immediately got a wide smile on his face and waved to the supporters after hearing the crowd clap and chant. Here is the clip:
He was scheduled to return for the second half of the IPL 2022, but due to a second injury, he was forced to sit out the entire competition. He was unable to play for South Africa or Ireland because of the injury.
Ranji Trophy: Deepak Chahar Is Still Recovering
And the pacer is still receiving therapy. Deepak Chahar, who is receiving medical attention at the NCA for his injuries, was observed strolling along the ground’s edge. Chahar was transferred to the NCA for treatment after getting hurt during the West Indies series in February.
The fast bowler, one of India’s top white-ball bowlers, last competed for the team in February. The BCCI originally summoned up pacers Arshdeep Singh and Umran Malik for the just concluded T20I series against South Africa.
The main reason is because Deepak Chahar is still unavailable. The pair was not given a cap at that time, but it is anticipated that they will wear blue during the next Ireland series.
Ranji Trophy: Great Match To Watch As Mumbai & Madhya Pradesh Give Tough Fight To Each Other
Speaking about the Ranji finals, players from Mumbai are aiming for a record-breaking 42nd victory, while those from Madhya Pradesh are aiming for their first victory. Sarfaraz Khan’s stunning century assisted the Prithvi Shaw-led Mumbai team in scoring 374 runs in the first innings.
In response, Madhya Pradesh got off to a great start as top-order batsmen Yash Dubey and Shubham Sharma scored hundreds. On the fourth day of the championship game, the lower-order hitters continue to add runs, and the three centurions helped MP score over 500 runs.
Mulani claimed five wickets for Mumbai, while Tushar Deshpande claimed three. Thanks to centuries by Yash Dubey and Shubham Sharma. He helped Madhya Pradesh reach 368/3 in their first innings. They were in a good position on the third day.
Shubham and Dubey continued to play well, scoring 133 and 116 runs, respectively. Dubey scored his third season-high century. In 234 deliveries, he attained the goal. In 186 balls, Sharma too reached his century.
After Mohit Avasthi fired Shubham Sharma, the collaboration was over. Patidar then entered the crease and required only 44 balls to reach fifty. Mulani’s dismissal of Yash Dubey provided his squad with a significant victory.