ZIM vs IND 2022 | Deepak Chahar is today’s Bhuvneshwar Kumar, proclaims Sanjay Manjrekar

Deepak Chahar was praised by Sanjay Manjrekar for being a younger version of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, given their similarities in running the ball both ways. In the first ODI against Zimbabwe, Chahar performed well in the first spell, taking three wickets in his opening text.

India controlled the game against Zimbabwe at the start of the first of three ODIs in Harare. After 37.3 ounces, Zimbabwe lost 166/8 after K. L. Rahul won the toss and offered to bat for them. Some time later they lost 110/8 before Brad Evans and Richard Ngarawa created a record ninth wicket for the hosts.

Zimbabwe was damaged by Chahar’s return to playing cricket at any level after six months. He quickly took three wickets and struck out Innocent Kaya, Tadivasha Marumani or Wesley Madewer. Zimbabwe got back on its feet thanks to him. Chahar didn’t seem to be at his best during the game, but it was enough for him to make an impact after his return.

When Sanjay Manjredakar appeared on SPORTS18’s daily sports news show “Sports Over The TOP,” he praised Chahar for his ability to drive the ball in all directions. He even compared Chahara to Bhuvneshwar Kumar, one of the best powerplay specialists in the entire world. AP.

“I think they’re testing waters with Deepak Chahar more because of his fitness and if he has a sensational 50-overs series which is likely to happen because this guy over the years when you see him in T20 international cricket. I mean he’s got some phenomenal numbers. If you remember in T20 international cricket. So, he is your Bhuvneshwar Kumar of today,” Manjrekar said at  ‘SPORTS OVER THE TOP’.

“The younger version of Bhuvneshwar Kumar who can swing the ball both ways, to begin with. Maybe not as consistent to bowl in the death but that’s the aspect of bowling that’s getting better and better.”

According to the source, Chahar will compete with other players for a spot on India’s roster for the upcoming T20 World Cup.

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