This Team India player secured the comeback and picked up as many wickets in 10 overs

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Vijay Hazare Trophy 2023-24

Vijay Hazare Trophy 2023: The Vijay Hazare Trophy is currently being played in Indian cricket. This tournament is very important for Indian players. Many young players are trying to grab the attention of franchises ahead of the IPL auction. At the same time, some players are putting forward their claim for a comeback in Team India. A 31-year-old player also achieved something similar and attracted everyone’s attention with his performance.

This player demanded a comeback

Deepak Chahar, star all-rounder of the Indian cricket team, is currently out of international cricket. He didn’t get a chance in Team India last year. However, while playing for Rajasthan in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, he put in a brilliant performance against Gujarat at the Government Model Senior Secondary School in Chandigarh. He was the hero of his team’s victory in that game.

Took so many wickets in 10 overs

In this match, right-arm bowler Deepak Chahar scored just 41 runs in his quota of 10 overs and showed 6 batsmen the way to the pavilion. He started by taking the wicket of Gujarat’s star opener Priyank Panchal and finally dismissed Arjun Nagaswala to complete 6 wickets. Gujarat’s batsmen could not withstand Deepak’s lethal bowling and the entire team collapsed for 128 runs.

Last international match almost a year ago

Deepak Chahar played his last match for the Indian cricket team on December 7 during the Bangladesh tour. Deepak Chahar was injured on this tour, which left him without a chance to play international cricket again. At the same time, he made a comeback in IPL 2023, playing for the Chennai Super Kings. But he is fit again and couldn’t play the whole season.

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