Yuzvendra Chahal kicks South African player in live match, camera caught

Yuzvendra Chahal kicks Tabrez Shamsi on the field in the second T20 match between India and South Africa played in Guwahati

Yuzvendra Chahal did not get a chance in the first two matches against South Africa

In the second T20 match between India and South Africa played in Guwahati Yuzvendra Chahal kicked the visiting team player Tabrez Shamsi, who was caught on camera. He kicked Shamsi when the South African team was chasing the target. Batting first, India scored 237 runs for 3 wickets in the allotted over. In response to India’s big target of 238 runs, the South African team could only manage 221 runs for 3 wickets in 20 overs.

India won the match by 16 runs and won the series a match before. When Quinton de Kock was trying to handle the innings with Aiden Markram from South Africa, Chahal was seen having fun with Shamsi in the break time.

Chahal was seen in the mood for fun

Actually Chahal and Shamsi were not part of their respective team’s playing XI. Both had reached the ground with water in break time. During this, Chahal appeared in a mood of fun. He did not get a chance in both the matches against South Africa, but he did not leave any chance to dominate the field.

Shamsi and Chahal are good friends

Meanwhile, Indian bowler Chahal kicked Shamsi from behind. Actually both are good friends. Both Chahal and Shamsi have played together for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL. Shamsi was part of the RCB team from 2016 to 2018. Talking about the second T20 match played between India and South Africa, the Indian bowlers South Africa Was given 2 blows for 1 run.

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Arshdeep did not even give a chance to Temba Bavuma and Riley Rosso to open the account. After this, Dekock first tried to handle the innings by teaming up with Markram and then partnering with David Miller, but missed the win. De Kock played an unbeaten knock of 69 off 48 balls, while Miller remained unbeaten on 106. Riley scored 33 runs in 19 balls.

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