Spinner Chahal Takes An Incredible Six Wickets and India won the T20 Series

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Yuzvendra Chahal, the leg-Spinner handed the match with 75-runs to India by demolishing six wickets of England. This guy made India to win the third and final T20 match with 2-1 Series in Bengaluru on Wednesday.

Chahal recorded his best T20 match with 25-runs and six wickets that bowled out England with 127 runs in 16.3 overs. The 23-year-old guy became the second bowler in T20 cricket to get six wickets in an innings. It was Angelo Mathews, who achieved the feat twice, now this little guy followed him.

The attacking Chahal started his bowling in the 14th over of the innings, derailed the chasers Joe Root (42) and Eoin Morgan (40) with his consecutive deliveries. Indian-bowler-Yazvendra-Chahal-R-celebRoot and Morgan had maintained their partnership with their score of 64-runs-third wicket stand, but the innings fell apart after their departure.

Earlier, half centuries by Suresh Raina and MS Dhoni helped to set up the win as India chased 202 runs for six wickets before they put their bat down.

Kohli was furious with Lokesh Rahul (22) of not responding to his call for singles. However, Raina counterattacked with two boundaries and five sixes during the 45th ball. Raina had maintained a crucial partnership with Rahul and Dhoni.

Ben Stokes bowled Rahul, but the left-handed Raina completed his T20 fifty by hitting the ball with power for a six bowled by leg-spinner Adil Rashid.

MS Dhoni, who smacked 5 fours and 2 sixes with his 36-runs, joined his forces with Raina as  the duo smashed England bowlers to all parts in the ground.

Raina fell apart on the 14th delivery, while Dhoni with 57-runs stood with veteran batsman Yuvraj Singh, stayed until the second delivery of the last over.

India, won the Test Series (4-0), T20 (2-1) against England, now heads off Test with Bangladesh on 9th February at Hyderabad.iWhoa, India won consecutive 7 test series under Virat Kohli Captaincy!

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