Deepak Chahar ‘Almost’ Runs Out Tristan Stubbs at Non-Striker’s End – CHECK RATES

India vs South Africa 3rd T20I: Deepak Chahar, Team India’s fast bowler, had the chance to knock out South African batter Tristan Stubbs to get the world talking about another layoff on non-strikers’ end at the third and final T20 International between India and South Africa in Indore on Tuesday. ‘Spirit of the game’ vs ‘Law of the game’ is still hot among cricket fans since the infamous Deepti Sharma-Charlotte Dean ‘mankad run-out’ incident during the women’s cricket team’s India-England match at the iconic Lord’s.

Deepak Chahar was brought in to overtake the 16th for India. During his spell he noticed very well that Tristan Stubbs of South Africa was backing too far and outside his crease on the non-attacker’s side. Chahar had a chance to legally outrun Stubbs, but he didn’t remove the stumps and gave the batter a warning.

South African batter Rilee Rossouw, who was fired on the first ball in the first game of the three-game T20I series against the Indian team and came out on the second ball in the second game, stunned the Indian bowlers in the series finale. Arshdeep Singh, who knocked out Rossouw in the first two T20Is, was not part of this match. Taking advantage of his absence, the African batter tore up the rest of the Indian bowlers to achieve a stormy century.

The left-handed batter scored a century against India on just 48 balls with the help of 7 fours and 8 sixes and a stunning batting rate of 208.33. Rilee Rossouw scored for the first time in a century in T20 International cricket. He previously scored 3 fifties in this format. His fiery knock helped South Africa score 227 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in 20 overs at Indore.

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