ZIM vs IND, 3rd ODI Live: Watch - Deepak Chahar displays incredible sportsmanship after mankads Innocent Kaia but doesn't appeal


Zimbabwe and India are currently engaged in the 3rd and final ODI match of the series at the Harare Sports Club in Harare. Coming to the game, KL Rahul once again won the toss and opted to bat.

The Indian skipper opened the innings with Shikhar Dhawan and gave a good start before being dismissed for 30 runs. Following his dismissal, Shubman Gill come in at no.3 and showed his fabulous skills with the bat. After sending back KL Rahul, Brad Evans once again gave a breakthrough for his side by removing Shikhar Dhawan for 40 runs.

Then Ishan Kishan joined with the right-hander and put up a brilliant partnership of 140 runs for the 3rd wicket before the left-handed batter walks back to the dressing room, scoring 50 runs.

In the end, India posted a quite challenging total of 289 runs with the help of Shubman Gill's maiden hundred who has scored 130 runs with the help of 15 fours and a six.

Summary of the ongoing match:

Shubman Gill - Sanju Samson

The rest of the other batters haven't been much effective with the willow for India as they returned to the dressing room with poor numbers. Deepak Hooda and Sanju Samson who have played well in the previous game have failed to continue the same momentum in this game.

Coming down the order, Axar Patel also failed to provide some quality shots and returned to the dressing room with a cheap score. Chasing the target of 290 runs posted by India, the hosts opened the innings with Takudzwanashe Kaitano and Innocent Kaia.

After Kaitano returned to the dugout, Deepak Chahar dismissed Innocent Kaia for 6 runs. However, after his wicket, Axar Patel provided a much-needed breakthrough by sending back well-settled Sean Williams for 45 runs. As of now, Zimbabwe has been struggling to get back into the game as the Indian bowlers keeping it tight for the opposition batters.

Besides, during the game, Deepak Chahar Mankad Innocent Kai as he flipped the bails when the opposition batter goes out from the non-striker's end. However, none of the bowler or the skipper appealed and the matter ended up softly.

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