Chahal told how bowlers can be successful in Bangalore, said something special about the turn

The decisive match between India and South Africa is played at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. This stadium has also been like the home of Yuzvendra Chahal. Chahal built a reputation for himself as a prolific bowler for former IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore, taking 51 wickets at a venue not generally considered a good course for bowlers.

Chahal said, “It’s a very small field, so I try to vary my length. Hitters like to hit sixes more than fours in this spot. If you try to stop hitters here, you’ll definitely get caught.” run more than

Chahal did not appear in his bowling form in the first two games of the series against South Africa. But he took 3/20 and 2/21 wickets to make India’s comeback in the five-match series at Visakhapatnam and Rajkot. Chahal has taken six wickets in the series at an economic rate of 8.2. He told how he returned to the best bowling alley of his.

He said: “I was bowling a bit fast in the first two matches. So although it was a good ball, it wasn’t taking much spin. Then I talked to the coaches and captain Rishabh Pant. Then I went to sewing ( above) in two matches) and tried to change my angle, which helped me take wickets.

Chahal expressed his happiness to play in Chinnaswamy after a long break, saying that India is expected to do well against South Africa in the series decider.

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