Ind vs NZ: Memories of Deepak Chahar’s Khunnas and Venkatesh Prasad; Prasad showed his place to Sohail of Pakistan

Mumbai: A cricket fight moment was witnessed between Deepak Chahar and Martin Guptill in the India-New Zealand match on Wednesday. He slammed Deepak Chahar after Martin Guptill hit a six. He was dismissed by Chahar on his second ball. This scene is reminiscent of the India-Pakistan match of the 1996 World Cup. Venkatesh Prasad responded to Pakistan’s Amir Sohail with a clean bold.

Deepak Chahar-Martin Guptill Fight Moment
This is the case in the 18th over of Wednesday’s match. New Zealand’s Martin Guptill hit a six off Deepak Chahar’s first ball. He then scolded Deepak Chahar. On his second ball, Deepak Chahar dismissed Martin Guptill and answered him.

Amir Sohail of Pakistan bowled Prasad Otherwise, it is a struggle, a war. India and Pakistan met in the 1996 World Cup in Bangalore. Pakistan’s Amir Sohail was batting and India’s Venkatesh Prasad was bowling. Aamir came forward on a ball from Prasad and hit a four off the off side. At that time, Amir approached Prasad and said that he would hit the next ball over there, across the boundary.

Amir Sohail clean bowled on the next ball Didn’t respond. Prasad bowled the next ball and Amir Sohail was clean bowled. At that time, Prasad insulted Amir and said to Amir, "On that side is the dressing room, let’s go out."

India beat New Zealand by five wickets in the first match of the ongoing T20 series between India and New Zealand.

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