Yuzvendra Chahal's post-coordinate meeting show 'Chahal TV' has turned out to be very celebrated among the cricket fans since the youth began doing it on November 2018. From Rohit Sharma to Virat Kohli, various partners have showed up on the show however one major name that has given it a miss is previous captain MS Dhoni.
Be that as it may, Chahal can't be rebuked for his nonattendance as in a video transferred via web-based networking media, the leg-spinner can been seen pursuing the 37-year old after the fifth ODI match against New Zealand on Sunday.
The youth attempted a great deal to pursue him down for a meeting however Dhoni could keep running at full speed to dodge the bowler. In the wake of giving him a miss, the veteran was likewise observed giving a wave farewell to Chahal.
Remain in captain Rohit Sharma at long last showed up on the show and Chahal, who was India's best scorer in the fourth ODI, inquired as to whether he can supplant Virat Kohli at number three in the T20 arrangement. Rohit said that the group couldn't care less about the number eleven batsman however then said he will address the group the board if Chahal can be advanced.
"I'll address the administration and check whether we can send you at number three. However, I need you to be the best scorer in a match we win, not in a match we lose," Rohit Sharma said.
"The majority of our players performed well in this arrangement. Today was an ideal counterpart for us. We lost four wickets for 18 runs, at that point I began getting helped to remember the last match, where we were hard and fast for 90-odd. Be that as it may, Amabati Rayudu and Vijay Shankar hung a splendid organization and we need our batsman to thrive in these circumstances. Rayudu's execution will give him and the group certainty. It was additionally vital for Kedar Jadhav and Hardik Pandya to complete well, which they did," he included.
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