Chahar, Krishna help India bowl out Zimbabwe for 189 in 1st ODI 

Opting to bowl, Chahar returned with figures of 3 for 27, while fellow pacers Prasidh Krishna (3/50) and Mohammed Siraj (1/36) were also among the wickets.

Published: 18th August 2022 05:43 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th August 2022 05:43 PM   |  A+A-

Indian cricket players celebrate a wicket on the first day of the One-Day International cricket match between Zimbabwe and India at Harare Sports Club in Harare. (Photo |PTI)

Indian cricket players celebrate a wicket on the first day of the One-Day International cricket match between Zimbabwe and India at Harare Sports Club in Harare. (Photo |PTI)

By PTI

HARARE: Returning to action after nearly six months, pacer Deepak Chahar snapped three wickets as India dismissed Zimbabwe for 189 in the first ODI here on Thursday.

Opting to bowl, Chahar returned with figures of 3 for 27, while fellow pacers Prasidh Krishna (3/50) and Mohammed Siraj (1/36) were also among the wickets.

Spinner Axar Patel (3/24) also accounted for three wickets.

Skipper Regis Chakabva was the top-scorer with a 51-ball 35, while no.9 Brad Evans (33 not out) and no.10 Richard Ngarava (34) produced the highest partnership of 70 runs to provide some respectability to Zimbabwe's total.

Brief Score: Zimbabwe: 189 all out in 40.3 overs (Regis Chakabva 35, Richard Ngarava 34; Deepak Chahar 3/27, Prasidh Krishna 3/50, Axar Patel 3/24).



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