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Watch – Shardul Thakur Gives Deepak Chahar An Ugly Stare After Dropping Glenn Maxwell

Indian pacer Shardul Thakur was totally enraged at Deepak Chahar as the latter dropped Glenn Maxwell in the final over during the 3rd T20 against Australia. With the series evenly poised in favour of India, The third T20 didn’t really procure the same results as the First two T20s as India eventually lost the third T20 by 12 runs.

The series as a whole hasn’t been that great for the fielders, whether its the Indians or the Australians, in every game we’ve seen dropped catches take place which has been kind of very shocking given that both India and Australia possess one of the best fielders in the World.

Discussing India’s messy ground handling, Deepak Chahar dropped a rather simple catch off the bowling of Shardul Thakur in the final over of the match as he made an absolute mess of the catch. Maxwell who was already living on borrowed life as he was saved early on in the innings all courtesy a no-ball by Yuzvendra Chahal.

Also Read: Watch – Daniel Sams Takes Game-Changing Catch Of Virat Kohli As Australia Wins 3rd T20I

Shardul Thakur Unimpressed With Deepak Chahar’s Fielding Display

Shardul Thakur unimpressed by the fielding display by Deepak Chahar gave him an ugly stare and was seen hurling down minced words towards his CSK teammate. The dropped catch turned out dreadful as Maxwell then smacked the very next delivery by Shardul Thakur for a six over deep mid-wicket.


The Virat Kohli led contingent were looking to whitewash Australia for the second time in a bilateral which didn’t really go in their favour as the Indian side ended up losing the third and the final T20 of the series by 12 runs. Both sides will now edge into the four-match test series starting on 17th December at the Adelaide Oval.

Also Read: Watch – Sanju Samson’s High Flying Boundary Save Against Australia In 3rd T20

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