during CSK vs PBKS

“Stop being so insensitive,” said Deepak Chahar’s sister, defending the pacer after an injury sustained during CSK vs. PBKS.

“Guys, stop being so insensitive! These wounds are not enjoyable for anyone.” Chahar Malti tweeted.

Malti, Deepak Chahar’s sister, stepped out to attack the naysayers following her brother’s injury sustained during the Chennai Super Kings’ last match versus Punjab Kings. On Wednesday, May 1, at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, both teams squared off in the tournament’s 49th game.

Chahar started his session with a dot ball in the opening over of the second innings, but Prabhsimran Singh clouted him for a boundary. But the pacer started to limp on the third ball of the over, and Chahar left the field after speaking with captain Ruturaj Gaikwad. The final four balls of Chahar’s over were delivered by Shardul Thakur.

Many observers questioned the 31-year-old’s fitness following his injury. Malti, his sister, defended her brother on X, the former name for Twitter, saying that people ought to be sympathetic to him rather than callous.

“Guys, stop being so insensitive! These wounds are not fun for anyone! He is making every effort, and he will return more powerfully! Chahar Malti tweeted.

PBKS defeats CSK for the fifth time in a row.

In relation to the match, the Chennai Super Kings took the field first to bat. With opening scorers Ajinkya Rahane and Ruturaj Gaikwad scoring 29 and 62 runs, respectively, the five-time champions were off to a strong start. Though they had a strong start, the remaining batters were not too successful.

With just two runs added to the score, Ravindra Jadeja dismissed Shivam Dube for a duck. Chennai Super Kings scored 162 runs in the first innings, led by 21 runs from Sameer Rizvi and 15 from Moeen Ali.

With two wickets apiece, Harpreet Brar and Rahul Chahar led the Punjab Kings in wicket-taking. Arshdeep Singh and Kagiso Rabada both scored one run each.

Jonny Bairstow started with a score of 46 runs in 30 deliveries in an attempt to chase down the total. PBKS won the match by seven wickets, with Rilee Rossouw scoring 43 runs and Shashank Singh and Sam Curran remaining undefeated with scores of 25 and 26 runs, respectively.