IPL 2020, SRH vs RCB: Yuzvendra Chahal’s fiance Dhanshree Verma’s dance as he received the Man of the Match award. The clock
IPL 2020, SRH vs RCB: Yuzvendra Chahal’s fiance remains in front of the TV with him in the background.© Instagram
Leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal of Royal Challengers Bangalore registered a 10-run win over Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in their opening league game of IPL 2020. Khatron player Johnny Bairstow and all-rounder Vijay Shankar to shift the momentum in his favor. His performance proved to be decisive in the match and he was voted Player of the Match. As Chahal collected his trophy, a pleased Dhanshree could not recapture her feelings and began clapping and dancing in front of the television set. All of this was captured in a video which he later posted on his Instagram account.
It was Chahal’s first competitive match in six months and Dhanashree was seen rolling her hands for the first time since her engagement in August to her future husband. “Here is our first match together,” she captioned her post.
“At the end of the day it’s a game and anything can happen because they all worked hard but it was really a very special moment for me for many reasons. You always have my support and love. Congratulations @ yuzi_chahal23 And the whole. He said, “The team wishes everyone. So people sit back and enjoy # dream11 @ iplt20 and spread positivity all around. But aaj yeh humara din hai #royalchallengersbangalore @royalchallutersbangalore, ”she said.
Chahal was also in a hurry to show her fondness for her fiance and wrote: “So cute love thankyou @ dhanashree9”.
Defending a short run of 163 runs, RCB bowlers were pushed to the backfoot for the second wicket by a solid 71-run partnership between Bairstow and Manish Pandey. With the wicket in hand and the need for a run-rate under check, SRH was heading towards victory.
With the scoreboard reading 121/2, Kohli’s senses flew and it never came and brought Chahal into the attack in the 16th over of the innings. Leggie also did not disappoint his captain and dismissed Bairstow and Shankar on consecutive balls.
Chahal’s twin-blow opens the floodgates for SRH’s inexperienced middle-order, who took a lot of RCB’s death bowling and was eventually dismissed for 152. Chahal, the best bowler in the match, returned with figures of 3/18 in his four overs.