Deepak Chahar shares inspiring 15 years challenge

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will be up against Mumbai Indians (MI) in the opening game of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The tournament kicks-off on September 19.

Chahar shares inspiring image
Chennai Super Kings fast bowler Deepak Chahar shared an inspiring photo from 2004 with Australia legend Shane Watson. The cricketer, who was only a normal guy back then clicked the picture with Watson during Australia’s tour of India.

After years of hard work and determination, Chahar made his debut for India in 2018 and also clinched a hattrick in the shortest format of the game last year. He is all set to play in IPL this season with Chennai where his team-mate is the former Aussie all-rounder Shane Watson.

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He juxtaposed the 2014 photo with the one taken on Thursday in which he is standing alongside the veteran allrounder in their team hotel in the UAE. Watson was holding a framed painting of himself that depicts his famous IPL 2019 final innings against Mumbai Indians which he played with an injured knee.

Chahar posted the picture on his Instagram handle with the caption ‘5 years challenge beat that guys 😎. One and only THE LEGENDARY Shane Watson . #never #stop #dreaming

The CSK fast bowler was one of the guys, who was tested positive for the coronavirus. However, he has now fully recovered and ready for the clash against the defending champions.


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15 years challenge beat that guys 😎. One and only THE LEGENDARY Shane Watson . #never #stop #dreaming

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