Harshal’s hilariously drawing inspiration from Chahal’s iconic pose


In the 2024 Indian Premier League, Ruturaj Gaikwad faced yet another toss defeat, marking his ninth loss out of ten, as dictated by Punjab Kings’ skipper Sam Curran, who opted to field first.

Despite initial pressure from PBKS’s fast bowlers, CSK’s openers, Ajinkya Rahane and Ruturaj Gaikwad, orchestrated a solid 55-run partnership within the powerplay.

However, CSK’s momentum was halted as PBKS’s spinners struck, claiming three crucial wickets and holding CSK to 51 balls without a boundary. The turning point came when Rizvi fell to a catch by Harshal Patel, who followed it with an amusing celebration.

In the 16th over’s third delivery, Kagiso Rabada delivered a well-placed ball outside off stump, tempting the batsman to attempt an uppercut. Rizvi, aiming to guide the ball’s pace, played beneath its bounce but ended up offering a catch to third man.

Harshal, stationed in the deep, sprinted forward and executed a slide to secure the catch, celebrating with a pose reminiscent of Chahal’s signature style. He raised the ball while sitting sideways, legs crossed, and resting his head on one palm, drawing comparisons on Twitter to Chahal’s iconic pose.


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