Mumbai Indians spinner Raffle Chahar wanted to impress the Indian Cricket Oversight Board (BCCI) selector with his performance when he was nominated for Team A in the country on his South African tour. prize. However, the 22-year-old was unable to do so in the first informal test match of the three-match series between India A and South Africa. Besides having an unforgettable outing in the first inning of the match, Raffle is all wrong because there are video clips on the internet wearing sunglasses and discussing with the referee during the informal test of Bloemfontein. Monopolized the media headlines.
See Raffle’s field quarrel with the referee:
The incident happened during the 128 overs of South Africa’s innings, with Sinethemba Qeshile batting at 56 (95 balls). On Over’s fourth ball, Raffle made an LBW appeal to Kesile after catching him in front of the wicket. But the referee denied his complaint. Later, as shown in the footage, Raffle was seen throwing his sunglasses to the ground and being involved in a fierce debate with the referee.
Meanwhile, South Africa A declared an inning of 507 runs with a loss of 7 wickets, and Qeshile recorded 72 undefeated runs with 120 balls.
At the end of the first inning of the match, Raffle finished as India’s most expensive bowler, taking only one wicket and allowing 125 runs with just over 28.3. Navdeep Saini and Arzan Nagwaswalla each chose two wickets, and Umran Malik also chipped in with one scalp. On the home side, SA-Skipper Peter Malang recorded 282 balls to 163 runs and starred in the bat. Malang’s knock was studded with 19 boundaries.
In response, India A recorded 308 runs as it lost four wickets at the end of the third day of play.
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Rahul Chahar challenges the referee and throws sunglasses after LBW’s appeal is rejected
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