How Yuzvendra Chahal Improved His Bowling Against South Africa in the third T20I
After two unimpressive performances, Yuzvendra Chahal came back with figures of 3/20 to help India overcome South Africa in the third T20I.
So, Spinner Yuzvendra Chahal talked about how his bowling in the third T20I, which saw Team India overcome South Africa thanks to a three-wicket haul, had progressed from the first two games. In the third T20I of the five-match series, India defeated South Africa by 48 runs at the Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday. “I bowled faster and with more sliders in the previous games. I today changed the location of my seam. Spinning and getting the ball to dip are two of my strongest strokes. Today, I made an effort to bowl it and flip it more slowly. I focused on bowling and played to my abilities “At a post-game presentation, Yuzvendra Chahal said.
“When hitters try to reverse-sweep, it gets difficult for the bowlers. But now I have a backup plan and have adjusted the fields. After my bad bowling performance in the previous game, the coach instructed me to play to my strengths. The ground is wider there (in Rajkot) “Put him in.
Ruturaj Gaikwad (57) and Ishan Kishan’s 97-run partnership helped India post 179/5 in their allotted 20 overs while batting first (54). So, It was a see-saw battle between South Africa and India after India had dominated the early part of the first innings.
The Proteas’ comeback was a total disaster as they continued to lose wickets frequently and were eventually dismissed for 131 with five balls remaining. So, In order to stop the visitors’ run pursuit, Yuzvendra Chahal and Harshal Patel starred for Men in Blue with the ball, taking three and four wickets each. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Axar Patel both took one wicket.
India has begun its five-match T20I series with this triumph in the game-of-the-series. At the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Gujarat, the fourth T20I will be contested on Friday. where the visitors still lead the series 2-1.