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Injury scare of team India ahead of 2nd T20I vs West Indies

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Deepak Chahar and Venkatesh Iyer will have their scans done and it is not yet clear on the off chance that they will be accessible for the rest of the series

Kolkata, Feb 16 (PTI) team India got injury catastrophes for their pacer Deepak Chahar and allrounder Venkatesh Iyer in their opening T20I against West Indies at Eden Gardens.

Chahar, who was repurchased by Chennai Super Kings for an enormous Rs 14 crore in the IPL 2022 mega auction, supported a disaster for his right hand while attempting to stop a strong draw shot from Caribbean captain Kieron Pollard in the square leg district.

The occurrence occurred in the penultimate over of the match when the Windies captain hoped to fire in all chambers as Chahar was sent back to the changing area and couldn’t complete his full share as Harshal Patel needed to astound the last. Chahar wrapped up with figures of 3-0-28-1.

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India’s bowling allrounder Venkatesh Iyer, who astounded a single, additionally supported a disaster for his right hand after the ball fell through his hand from a Pollard shot in the seventeenth over. 

The duo will have their scans done and it is not yet clear on the off chance that they will be accessible for the rest of the series.

team India won the first match of the T20I series and have taken a lead of 1-0 right now.

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