The concussion rule

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(Aditya Shaw, Intern Journalist): After winning the first T20 against Australia, Indian captain Virat Kohli was happy that the concussion option rule was beneficial for his team, while there was no plan to feed Yuzvendra Chahal.
After winning the first T20 against Australia, Indian captain Virat Kohli was happy that the concussion option rule was beneficial for his team, while there was no plan to feed Yuzvendra Chahal.


Injured Jadeja played his role with the bat and as his substitute, Chahal proved to be instrumental in India’s 11-run win. Jadeja scored an unbeaten 44 off 23 balls to help India reach 161 for seven but Chahal, who had to overcome his head injury, took three wickets for 25 runs in four overs and was adjudged Man of the Match. Gone

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Kohli said at the prize distribution ceremony after the match, ‘There was no plan to feed Yuji (Chahal) in the match. Jaddu (Jadeja) got a ball in the head and was feeling dizzy and still coming. He added, ‘Concussion option is a strange thing, today it worked for us. But it might not happen next time. ‘
Kohli praised all his players but most praised Jadeja and Chahal’s efforts.

He said, ‘He (Chahal) came and he bowled really well. The pitch also supported him. Yuji showed great courage in stopping the rivals. I thought they started well. The batsmen gave us some wickets. This is T20 cricket.
He said, ‘In Australia, you have to stay strong till the end. He (Jadeja) batted well in the last match. Natarajan looks like he can improve a lot. Deepak Chahar also bowled well for us. Chahal got us back into the match. The catch of Hardik was also going to change the attitude of the match.