Shocking: Indian pacer Deepak Chahar abuses teammate Mohammed Siraj for poor fielding; VIDEO here

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In the third and final T20I on Tuesday at the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore, South Africa posted a massive total of 227 for 3 against India in 20 overs thanks to Rilee Rossouw’s first T20I century. Temba Bavuma’s dismissal by Umesh Yadav gave India an early advantage, but Rossouw and Quinton de Kock (68 off 43 balls) kept the Proteas in the game. Rossouw hit 100 not out off 48 balls after De Kock was run out, and nothing could stop him. Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, chose to bat first against South Africa after winning the toss.

The team lost six runs as a result of Mohammed Siraj’s blunder in Deepak Chahar’s final over, which saw a huge 24 runs scored.  David Miller struck ashot towards Siraj off the last ball of the over after pulling a short ball from Chahar into deep square leg.

Siraj did well to catch the ball, but after doing so, he turned around, only for his rear foot to strike the boundary line. The bowler and the team’s captain Rohit Sharma were obviously unimpressed with the efforts. Chahar might have been so angry that he was heard berating Siraj for making the error.

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