IND VS AUS: Australia raised questions about playing Chahal, Virat Kohli clarified


new Delhi: In the first T20 match between India and Australia (IND vs AUS), Team India won by 11 runs. The heroes of this victory were T Natarajan, Yuzvendra Chahal and Ravindra Jadeja who debuted in T20. Chahal was not part of the playing XI but after the match Ravindra Jadeja was hit by a ball at the helmet, his ‘Kankashan’ (head injury) substitute Yuzvendra Chahal was fielded.

Australia coach Justin Langer was not happy and started talking to the match referee after Yuzvendra Chahal’s landing as Ravindra Jadeja’s concussion substitute. Even after that, Chahal played the match.

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After the match, this issue is becoming a dispute and many kinds of questions are being raised on it.

Australian all-rounder Moises Henriques questioned this after the match and said, ‘There is no doubt that Jadeja was hit by a ball at the helmet and his head would be hurt. A decision was made because he had a head injury and was brought up. We have no doubt about it.

He went on to say, “But was it a player-like option? that is the question. Jadeja is an all-rounder and he had his batting. Chahal is a complete bowler.

Team India captain Kohli (Virat Kohli) said after the match, ‘There was no plan to feed Yuji (Chahal) in the match. Jaddu (Jadeja) got a ball in the head and he was dizzy and still coming.

He said, ‘Concussion option is a strange thing, today it worked for us. But it might not happen next time ‘.

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Please tell that in the match Ravindra Jadeja batted brilliantly in the match and played an unbeaten innings of 44 runs off 23 balls. At the same time, Chahal (Yuzvendra Chahal), who came as his substitute, took 3 wickets for 25 runs in 4 overs and played an important role in the team’s victory.


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