Sunday saw a game in the Indian Premier League between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. When Mumbai Indians were defeated by the team of Royal Challengers Bangalore by a margin of eight wickets. In this match, the team of Mumbai Indians performed very disappointingly.
The team performed extremely poorly in both batting and bowling but the captain of the team Rohit Sharma won everyone’s heart by giving a chance to an experienced player in the match, let’s know about this player.
Piyush Chawla got a chance for Mumbai Indians
In this match played in Bangalore, the team of Royal Challengers Bangalore won the toss and decided to bowl first. The team of Mumbai Indians gave a chance to many players in this game. For Mumbai Indians in this game, many young and experienced players made their IPL debuts. India’s skilful spinner Piyush Chawla was also mentioned in these. He also made his Mumbai Indians debut on Sunday.
Though Piyush Chawla hasn’t played for India in the last ten years, everyone was thrilled when Rohit Sharma gave him a chance in this game. He only allowed Mumbai Indians to score 26 runs in 4 overs during this game. He bowled really effectively, despite not taking any wickets during the entire game. Because of this, he may have an even better chance of winning this competition.
Had a great career in IPL
Piyush Chawla joined Kings XI Punjab in 2008 to start his IPL career. In the year 2008, his team also reached the semi-finals. He remained associated with this franchise till 2013. He then signed with Kolkata Knight Riders. Where he played a key role in helping his squad win the championship in the 2014 final. They continued to work together till 2019. After that in 2020 he was associated with CSK. He also played for Mumbai Indians in 2021. After this he is once again associated with this team.
However when it comes to Piyush Chawla playing for India in international cricket, he played his last match in 2012 against England. Piyush Chawla has represented Team India in a total of 3 Tests, 25 ODIs and 7 T20 matches. He has taken 7 Test wickets, 32 ODI wickets and 4 T20 wickets. He also competed for India’s 2011 World Title team.
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