It is often said that those who have the courage to dream, their dreams also come true. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) bowler Deepak Chahar has told about one such dream, which has been fulfilled. Actually, Deepak Chahar has shared two pictures of himself with CSK teammate Shane Watson. One is today and one is 15 years old. Sharing this picture, Deepak has also given a very motivational message.
The Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) is going to start from September 19. Due to the corona virus epidemic, this tournament is being played in the UAE this year and the final match will be on 10 November. The tournament’s opening match is to be played between the defending champions Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. Mumbai has won IPL titles four times and Chennai three times so far. In such a situation, both teams will try to win the title once again.
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Meanwhile, players are also very active on social media and are sharing pictures and videos related to their activities. In this episode, Deepak Chahar has shared a picture of his 15 year old with Shane Watson. Sharing this picture, Deepak has written in the caption – 15 years challenge to beat this man. Legendary Shane Watanus Only and Only. Don’t give up dreaming
Let us know that Deepak Chahar who reached UAE completed the necessary quarantine first. Subsequently, Kovid-10 was found positive when tested. After this, he had to stay in quarantine for a week. After this, he started practice on the field after coming to Corona virus test negative and getting the approval of BCCI.
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Deepak Chahar is a key player in the Chennai Super Kings team. He has performed brilliantly in the last seasons. Last season, Chahar took 22 wickets in 17 matches at an average of 21.90 and led the team to the final. In the absence of Harbhajan Singh, Chahar, Piyush Chawla, Ravindra Jadeja and other bowlers will have additional responsibility.