IND vs SA, 3rd ODI Talking Points: Deepak Chahar almost away from a robbery; Rishabh Pant polarizes fans

India lost the third ODI to South Africa by four runs and also lost the series 0-3. Believe it or not, a month ago, they were the favorites to win everything on this tour; Things have taken a turn for the worse. If the defeat in the Test series was not enough, then the fans will now have to deal with an ODI whitewash. It was hardly expected from a limited overs team like India. Let’s take a look at the five talking points of the match.

Virat Kohli reached near the century, then was killed: The biggest talking point will be that of Virat Kohli. For nearly two hours, Kohli batted like a king, taking big strides, taking singles, and then pushing for two. He was adding more and more often, and he would have scored a lot if South Africa had not fielded skillfully during the early part of their innings. He was beaten only a couple of times, but then Keshav Maharaj stepped in. Kohli was looking good till this time, but then came the sniff of a ball which just stopped on him. Kohli had to deal with it, so he played it to miss. that was that! A century of drought that seemed like an end, extended, God knows how long. He eventually scored 65 runs.

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Rishabh Pant polarizes Twitter: First ball, stupid shot and a duck. It is now becoming a part of Pant’s personality. How many times has he faced the heat for these shots? One might ask, will that ever change? No, he won’t, because that’s what makes Pant, Pant. However, he could himself apply on Sunday. Kohli was ready for the long haul, all he had to do was go for the big guys. To be very clear it was the wrong decision, and international cricket is an average place with zero room for error.

Deepak Chahar Dazzle: Deepak Chahar is no stranger to batting. Remember how he single-handedly pulled off a stunner for India in Sri Lanka in July. That was again on the cards. India were down and out after Jayant Yadav left. No one saw it coming, but Chahar was ready. bang Bang! After this one or two sixes were also hit. And then came Ngidi in whose over India got 14 runs. But like any other Indian batsman in the middle, he got himself inside and then threw it. But this 54 will only build his brand as a young flamboyant cricketer who is not afraid of anyone.

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Prasidh Krishna Shines: Krishna watched as India’s front-line pacer was being taken from edge to cleaner in the first two matches. Meanwhile he was getting ready. And when the call came, he implemented those plans with precision. Taking 3 for 59, he was dominant for South Africa at the end of the innings. He eliminated the menacing-looking David Miller and Dwayne Pretorius. Had these two stayed, the Proteas would surely have crossed 300.

Quinton de Kock sends India on leather hunt again De Kock only likes to bat against India. But there is one more thing he can do. adapt to the circumstances. On Sunday the situation was different. With wickets falling all around him and South Africa reduced to 70/3, he knew he couldn’t play the way he played in Paarl. He wasted his time and attacked only when he found the right partner in Rassi van der Dussen. The result resulted in a 144-run partnership for the fourth wicket. It was a pity that South Africa lost wickets in the moment, but as it turned out, de Kock had done enough to seal the deal by then.

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