Chahal – 3 Maxwell – 0 : Indian players ecstatic after the leggie dismissed the Australian batsman yet again.

Chahal – 3 Maxwell – 0 : Indian players ecstatic after the leggie dismissed the Australian batsman yet again.

Chahal bags the 'Big Show' yet again. Yuzvendra Chahal has spun the Aussies along with his partner in crime Kuldeep Yadav. Both the spinners are in t

Chahal bags the ‘Big Show’ yet again.

Yuzvendra Chahal has spun the Aussies along with his partner in crime Kuldeep Yadav. Both the spinners are in the talks due to their performance that has webbed the Australian lineup. The other day, Chahal ‘s teammate was in the news for a scintillating Hat-trick, now the right handed leggie is trending for his googlies.

Chahal got rid of Glenn Maxwell for the third consecutive time in as many matches in the ongoing India-Australia series on Sunday. The leg-spinner had the explosive right-hander stumped in the 43rd over at Indore’s Holkar Stadium in the third ODI. With Australia on 243/3, Maxwell fell into India’s trap after he could not resist going for a big hit. Anticipating Maxwell’s charge down the track, Chahal cleverly tossed the ball wide. Meanwhile the Australian went after the ball, only to miss it completely. MS Dhoni did the rest taking the bails off in a flash.

His supremacy over Glenn Maxwell has turned into a trend receiving rave responses all over the nation. Chahal celebration was in a funny smile. Soon Virat Kohli, who is the center of all the action, alogside Chahal couln’t control his laughter. Such was the mode of Maxwell’s dismissal, the usually calm and composed Kedar Jadhav too joined in the fun. Maxwell was furious with himself for throwing away his wicket.

Maxwell chipped one to long on, caught by Manish Pandey in the series opener in Chennai. MS Dhoni stumped him in the following ODI at Edens garden. Fans described Maxwell as the Haryana bowler’s ‘bunny’.

 

The Indian bowlers put up a great show by restricting the visitors to 293/6 at the end of 50 overs. In a battling-friendly pitch, Aaron Finch’s blistering century knock had the Aussies going but the bowling department did well to pull things back by just conceding about 50 runs in the last 10 overs.

Hardik Pandya’s 72-ball 78 and his crucial fifth-wicket stand with Manish Pandey, who remained unbeaten on 36, helped the hosts chase down their 294-run target with 13 balls still to spare. The win on Sunday meant India has already sealed the series.

The Men in Blue have jumped to the top of the ODI rankings for now, overtaking Australia and South Africa.

We wish Team-India best of luck for the fourth ODI is scheduled for Thursday in Bengaluru.

 

 

 

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