Story behind Deepak Chahar’s viral crying photo during SA vs Ind 3rd ODI

Deepak Chahar got emotional as the batsman was unable to finish the chase despite hitting a brilliant half-century.


Deepak Chahar shocked everyone as the tail-ender took the match close, giving hopes to team India of a successful chase win. Deepak Chahar turned the game in India’s favor as the key player knocked 54 of just 34 balls. Fans were confident of Deepak’s finish which got twisted by a slower-delivery ball.

With the strong partnership of Virat and Shikhar Dhawan, Indians hoped for an easy win. The duo got out as they reached their 60s and couldn’t hold. With Pant getting out in duck and the middle order pair of Shreyas and Suryakumar couldn’t finish the chase, Deepak took the responsibility. Walking in with confidence, Deepak played a fine inning and overturned the game for team India but the young man couldn’t finish and got out. India lost the game by just 4 runs with Chahal and Prasidh not being able to finish it for team India.

Deepak Chahar looked disheartened as he walked back before finishing the chase and with Chahal and Prasidh left, fans lost hope. Deepak was witnessed getting emotional as tears rolled down. Deepak could have won the match for team India which would have avoided at least the humiliation of getting whitewashed by the Proteas.

Deepak Chahar’s brilliant knock made the fans believe in the Indian tail-ender batsmen. The former franchise CSK duo – Shardul Thakur as well as Deepak Chahar has shown a decent batting attitude and also were successful in taking wickets for team India. Team India can consider the duo to be in the consistent team XI for the upcoming matches.

After Deepak Chahar’s wicket, India failed to chase the run-a-ball target of 6 runs from the last over. Indian bowlers – Chahal and Prasidh struggled to bat as the inexperienced pair failed to win it for team India. Deepak was witnessed not moving from the position he sat in after his wicket. The boundary line witnessed tears rolled down from the young lad as the brilliant innings were not enough to win the game.