Suryakumar Yadav Praised Leg-Spinner Rahul Chahar Who Picked 3 Wickets On His ODI Debut

Suryakumar Yadav was full of praise and really pleased for his Mumbai Indians and India teammate Rahul Chahar, who made his ODI debut for India in the third ODI against Sri Lanka. In conversation with the press after collecting the Man of the Series trophy in the recently concluded ODI series against Sri Lanka, the middle-order batsman Suryakumar Yadav shed light on how Rahul Chahar has built a lot of confidence from his time at the Mumbai Indians. Suryakumar Yadav: Rahul Chahar Got Confidence After Playing For Mumbai Indians Rahul Chahar has an experience of 3 T20Is where has picked

Suryakumar Yadav Praised Leg-Spinner Rahul Chahar Who Picked 3 Wickets On His ODI Debut

Suryakumar Yadav was full of praise and really pleased for his Mumbai Indians and India teammate Rahul Chahar, who made his ODI debut for India in the third ODI against Sri Lanka.

In conversation with the press after collecting the Man of the Series trophy in the recently concluded ODI series against Sri Lanka, the middle-order batsman Suryakumar Yadav shed light on how Rahul Chahar has built a lot of confidence from his time at the Mumbai Indians.

Suryakumar Yadav (BCCI)

Suryakumar Yadav: Rahul Chahar Got Confidence After Playing For Mumbai Indians

Rahul Chahar has an experience of 3 T20Is where has picked as many wickets. He has also played 38 IPL matches, collecting 41 wickets at a decent average and strike-rate of 24.41 and 19.76 respectively. He picked 3 scalps in his debut ODI which India lost averaging 18 with the ball.

“He’s been doing this for us every now and then, for Mumbai Indians also and he’s got a lot of confidence from there. I still remember the first game of this season in Chennai, things didn’t go his way but the way he bounced back and got the support from the team management was really nice to see,” said Suryakumar Yadav.

Rahul Chahar
Rahul Chahar. Image Credits: Twitter

“When he came back, he bounced back with a Man of the Match performance. That’s how it is. When he plays for the franchise, he gets a lot of support and the same culture was here as well.

“Playing his first ODI, he got a lot of support from the team management and all the players. I was really happy to see him bowl so well. There was a little bit of dew and the wicket was not that helpful for the bowlers but he extracted some spin really well,” said Suryakumar Yadav.

Rahul Chahar, the 21-year old, is coming off the back of an impressive IPL season, bagging 11 wickets, at an average of 18.36 and an economy rate of 7.21. With fellow spinners from the Indian side struggling to find consistency in their bowling, the door could be open for the leg-spinner to make his way into India’s white-ball team.

Mumbai Indians Showed Confidence In Rahul Chahar

Mumbai Indians showed confidence in this skilful leg spinner and gave him 13 of the 16 matches they played in 2019. There is no dearth of talent in him and he surely proved that in the 2020 season scalping 15 wickets, not letting the batsmen get away with his clever googlies.

Rohit Sharma, Rahul Chahar Photo: © Twitter/@IPLd (Main Image)
Rohit Sharma, Rahul Chahar Photo: © Twitter/@IPLd (Main Image)

Captain Rohit Sharma had used him in the powerplay often and he proved that he could do the difficult job too. He picked 11 scalps in 7 games in IPL 2021 including a career-best haul of 4/27.

In IPL 2021, the 21-year-old turned the match against KKR on its head with his 4 for 27 against the two-time champions. Rahul Chahar sent back the top four (KKR) batsmen (Shubman Gill, Nitish Rana, Rahul Tripathi, and Eoin Morgan) and registered figures of 4-0-27-4 that won him the Player of the Match award.

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Pakistan Super League will return in action in the January-February window after the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the franchises came to an agreement on Saturday. However, the venue for the PSL 2022 has not been finalized. PCB had to suspend the PSL 2021 midway in Karachi and play the rest of the matches in the UAE. After the successful completion of HBL PSL 6, the Pakistan Cricket Board and HBL Pakistan Super League franchises agreed on Friday that the seventh edition of the HBL PSL will be held in January and February next year. Pakistan Super League 2022 Was

Pakistan Super League 2022 Will Be Held In The January-February Window

Pakistan Super League will return in action in the January-February window after the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the franchises came to an agreement on Saturday. However, the venue for the PSL 2022 has not been finalized. PCB had to suspend the PSL 2021 midway in Karachi and play the rest of the matches in the UAE.

After the successful completion of HBL PSL 6, the Pakistan Cricket Board and HBL Pakistan Super League franchises agreed on Friday that the seventh edition of the HBL PSL will be held in January and February next year.

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Pakistan Super League 2022 Was Preponed Due To Australia’s Upcoming Tour Of Pakistan In February-March 2022

The decision to prepone the event has been taken due to Australia’s tour of Pakistan in February and March 2022. Since its inception, the PCB has organized the Pakistan Super League in the February-March slot. However, according to the Future Tours Programme (FTP), Australia is set to tour Pakistan for two Tests, three ODIs, and three T20Is during the same period.

“We will have to sit down with the franchises and discuss this [PSL 7]. Australian team is visiting after 22 years. If we miss this window, they won’t return for another three or four years as their Future Tours Programme is already decided,” said PCB CEO Wasim Khan in an exclusive interview with Cricket Pakistan, back in June.

The franchises agreed that the PCB should prepare such a schedule of the PSL matches, which should also ensure a maximum number of matches during Australia’s first tour of Pakistan since 1998. — Dawn/File
The franchises agreed that the PCB should prepare such a schedule of the PSL matches, which should also ensure a maximum number of matches during Australia’s first tour of Pakistan since 1998. — Dawn/File

“In January the weather in Karachi is decent and in early February we can shift the tournament to Punjab but we still need to do planning in this regard,” he added.

The event will clash with the 2021-22 edition of the Big Bash League, scheduled from December 5 till January 28, which could mean that many top T20 players will miss the first few matches of the HBL PSL 7. Holding the event after the Australia tour would have resulted in a clash with the extravagant Indian Premier League, which takes place in April and May, and consequently affect player availability.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and all six franchises of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) have unanimously decided to hold the next edition of the league in January and February next year, with all fixtures planned on home soil, while also ensuring that maximum matches should be included in the home series against Australia who is due to tour the country in February and March.

A joint meeting of the PCB officials with the franchise owners was held via Zoom on Friday and cleared January and February as the ideal window to stage the PSL-7. According to sources in franchises, the PSL will start from Karachi and end in Punjab. The franchises agreed that the PCB should prepare such a schedule of the PSL matches, which should also ensure a maximum number of matches during Australia’s first tour of Pakistan since 1998.

Pakistan Super League’s Commercial Rights Also Discussed In The Teleconference

During a teleconference in which the PCB was represented by Chief Executive Wasim Khan, Chief Operating Officer Salman Naseer, GM Commercial Imran Ahmed Khan, and PSL Senior General Manager Operations Usman Wahla – the two parties also discussed a way forward in regards to the new commercial rights cycle and established a framework for rights evaluation and their subsequent sale.

Wasim Khan (Getty Images)
Wasim Khan (Getty Images)

The franchises representatives who attended the meeting included Salman Iqbal and Tariq Wasi (both Karachi Kings), Sameen Rana (Lahore Qalandars), Haider Azhar (Multan Sultans), Nadeem Omar (Quetta Gladiators), Nausherwan Effendi (Peshawar Zalmi), and Ali Naqvi (Islamabad United).

Although the venue isn’t finalized, PCB will hope to keep the PSL 2022 in Pakistan after making a loss in the PSL 2021 due to a late change in venue. Earlier, PCB chairman declared that the PSL 7 will be held in Pakistan with a crowd presence.

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