Rishabh Pant & Deepak Chahar Get Trolled For Forcing Virat Kohli to Take DRS During IND vs SA 3rd T20I Match
Deepak Chahar, Rishabh Pant and Virat Kohli (Photo Credits: IANS / Getty Images)

Deepak Chahar and Rishabh Pant have been trolled by fans for forcing Virat Kohli to take DRS in the 6th over of South Africa's inning in the 3rd T20I. Proteas batsman Reeza Hendricks was beaten by the knuckleball bowled by Deepak Chahar. When the ball hit his pads, Team India stood up for the strong appeal to convince the umpire. The pace bowler Chahar was so much sure of the dismissal that he forced his skipper Kohli to take the review. It is said that wicket-keepers gets the best angle of where the ball gets pitched and whether it hit the stump or not. Kohli took the review only to find out that the ball had easily missed the leg stump. Pant did not intervene in the DRS decision and Chahar should know in which direction his ball was travelling. Virat Kohli Says There Was Confusion Between Rishabh Pant & Shreyas Iyer For No 4 Batting Position, Indian Skipper Reveals in Post-Match Press Conference.

MS Dhoni is often considered as the best person behind the stump for DRS decision. MSD hardly commits any mistake during DRS decision. Speaking about Pant, he has failed to impress with his bat for quite a long time and he even lacks skills which the wicket-keeper possess to assist bowlers and captain of the team. Deepak Chahar was getting good turn and the seam movement on the pitch yesterday, however, he flowed with the emotion and forced his skipper to take a wrong DRS. India vs South Africa 3rd T20I 2019 Live Cricket Score Updates: Quinton de Kock Reach Multiple Milestones; SA Level Series With 9 Wickets Victory.

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India lost the match by 9 wickets as they failed to defend the target of 135 runs. South African skipper Quinton de Kock played a fine inning of unbeaten 79 runs from 52 balls. The three matches T20I series between India and South Africa ended by 1-1. India with this defeat has slipped to number four position in ICC T20I ranking.