Chasing a target of 276, the Shikhar Dhawan-led Indian side found itself in a tricky situation as their top seven batsmen failed to carry their bat through and were dismissed at critical junctures in the game which tilted the game against the unfancied Sri Lankan side. India vs Sri Lanka 2nd ODI: Bhuvneshwar Kumar reveals how he formed partnership with Deepak Chahar Sri Lankans seemed to be making a comeback in the must-win game after Manish Pandey – who was looking in sublime touch – got dismissed in the unluckiest of fashions in cricket as the shot from Suryakumar Yadav, his partner on strike, brushed past bowler Dasun Shanaka and hit the non-striker’s end. Pandey was way short of the crease when the ball disturbed the timber giving the tourists a jolt at the wrong time. Later, Suryakumar Yadav and his Mumbai Indians teammate Krunal Pandya also perished at the wrong time, giving Sri Lanka a smell of a sensational win against a dominant Indian batting line-up, which is also their second-string side. But all-rounder Deepak Chahar dashed hopes of Sri Lanka’s equaliser with a matured performance and guided the tourists to a win to remember. When Chahar walked into… Read full this story
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