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Hilarious Watch: Rahul Dravid, Hardik Pandya Ask Yuzvendra Chahal To Return. Rules Made That Impossible

Hilarious Watch: Rahul Dravid, Hardik Pandya Ask Yuzvendra Chahal To Return. Rules Made That Impossible

During the first T20I match between India and West Indies on Thursday at Tarouba's Brian Lara Stadium, Yuzvendra Chahal and Mukesh Kumar made a lot of blunders that were slightly funny. Romario Shepherd bowled Kuldeep Yadav clean on the first ball of the 20th over, and Chahal is came out to bat since the team needed 10 runs in 5 balls.

When he was called back, he was already on the pitch, and it looked like the team's leadership wanted Mukesh Kumar to bat at No. 10. But it was too late. Chahal had already stepped onto the pitch, so he was the official batsman. India was unable to turn things around, and they lost by four runs.

West Indies shocked India by four runs to win the first Twenty20 International on Thursday. The visitors failed to reach a simple 150-run goal, which was set by the hosts.

India was doing well with a score of 77-3 in the 11th over thanks to Tilak Varma's top score of 39 and Suryakumar Yadav's score of 21. However, they then lost six wickets for only 68 runs.

Shimron Hetmyer, who had not played international cricket in a year, was a star in the field for the West Indies. He took three catches and ran out Arshdeep Singh in the last over to end the low-scoring game.

This season, 20-year-old Varma lit up the IPL with 343 runs for the Mumbai Indians. In his 22-ball performance, he hit three sixes. Alzarri Joseph gave him three balls, and he hit two sixes with the first two.

His turn was over when Romario Shepherd's fast bowler caught him at fine leg by Hetmyer on the last ball of the 11th over, with the score at 77.

Ten runs earlier, Suryakumar was the third player out. Hetmyer dived to his left at short extra cover to catch him after Jason Holder had bowled him.

Hardik Pandya (19), Axar Patel (13), and Singh (12) all helped, but it was hard to pick up the pace at the Brian Lara Stadium on a slow pitch.

Holder was the most impressive player for the West Indies. In his four overs, he got 2-19, which made him the man of the match.