Axar Patel’s unbeaten knock and a powerful six that ended the chase helped India clinch the ODI series in the last over.

Yuzvendra Chahal interviews Avesh Khan and Axar Patel. (Photo Source: Twitter/BCCI)a

Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal has made an epic comeback with his highly popular ‘Chahal TV’, which is a hit with cricket fans, especially the Indian cricket fans, where the 32-year-old shares hilarious moments with his teammates and pulls their legs. This time Chahal was with him Axar Patelthe match winner of the second ODI against West Indies, and Avesh Khan , the debutant of the second ODI.

It was a memorable outing for the duo as Avesh Khan got the ODI cap and represented the nation for the first time in the format. As for Patel, he played the winning knock and shone with an unbeaten 35-ball 64* as India pulled off a come-from-behind victory to wrap up the game in a stunning thriller.

In a video shared by the BCCI on Twitter, Chahal asked Patel about the final over in which the all-rounder hit a huge six and finished the game in style, reaching the target of 312 runs with two balls to spare, thus registering India’s highest successful chase West Indies. Chahal, in his quirky style, said:

“Bapu, a six in the last one. I was biting all my nails sitting on the street (in the dugout) because the pressure was so high. There was no such pressure on me even during the wedding.”

To which Patel replied, “Our own Avesh Bhaiya (brother) used his brain and planned some things when he said to me (at the crease) ‘Brother, look, he has completed his quota of 10 overs and the other three players are also done with corresponding 10 over. In the end, only one will remain.’

“I built a very important partnership with my partner (Patel) and it was fun to bat. He told me, ‘You’re batting now, nothing to worry about,’ and I said, ‘OK, I’m batting now,'” Avesh Khan replied.

I have very rarely seen such an innings played by a player: Yuzvendra Chahal on Axar Patel

Chahal praised Patel’s knock that led the team to the series win in a very hilarious manner and said, “I enjoyed watching your innings and very rarely have I seen such innings played by a player. Watching you bat reminded me of the good old days when I used to play like that,” Patel replied:

“That’s what I thought. If I lose my wicket, Chahal bhai will have to come earlier and handle all the pressure. So I decided not to bother Chahal Bhai and do the work myself.’

India will now take on the West Indies in the third ODI at the same venue in Trinidad, with the Men in Blue looking to sweep the three-match series and end the 50-over series on a high note.

‘I thought not to trouble Chahal Bhai and do job myself’ – Axar Patel at his hilarious best on Chahal TV

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