new Delhi: On Sunday, India's T20, ODI and Test team were announced for the West Indies tour. In all three teams, 28 players have been given the place. For the first time, after joining the Indian cricket team, the wave of happiness in the family of Deepak Chahar and Rahul Chahar has been rampaged. Team selectors have included leg-spinner Rahul in the senior team of India for the three-match T-20 series with the West Indies.
Selected in the national team are Rahul and Deepak cousins â€‹â€‹and moussere brothers. Deepak's father is the coach of both Lokendra Chahar. Born in Dhaulpur, Rajasthan, Rahul also practices Deepak in Agra.
What could be better than that?
Rahul's father, Desh Raj, says that the selection of two sons in the national team is a very special time for them. He said, "Every child, who raises a ball or a bat, wants to play for India, but our two children are in the national team. What could be better than that? Rahul came to know about his selection as soon as he Called me, there was still night in the West Indies, he said that he could not sleep all night because he was waiting for the team's announcement.
Bought for 1.90 crores
Raj said, "He had also given the trials with the rest of the team but he was out, although the trial was underway in Mumbai Indians and it was important for them. I did not want to force them but they were surprised by their talent. And he was chosen for the Mumbai Indians. " Let Rahul say that Rahul has played against Mumbai Indians in IPL last year. They were bought for 1.90 crores. Rahul took 13 wickets in 13 matches, showing his best performance.
Sold for Rs 90 lakh
Rahul will now join the National team with Deepak Medium Pacer Deepak plays for Chennai Super Kings in the captain of IPL in Mahendra Singh. He has played for the T20 and ODI team before. In the previous IPL season, Deepak was bought for Rs 90 lakhs.
Dhoni becomes helpful
Desh Raj said that Dhoni has helped Rahul a lot since the beginning of Rising Pune SuperJayt in 2017. He said, "Rahul told me that Dhoni Sir helped him during his time with Pune, he would always be ready to help my son."