New Delhi, In the 15th match of the JNN IPL 2019, two siblings play together on the field, but the only difference was that both of them got into the ground against each other. Rahul Chahal made his IPL debut in Chennai against Mumbai, and it was a coincidence that in Chennai, his elder brother Deepak Chahal was involved. Even before the IPL, two brothers and sisters have entered the field against each other, and now Deepak and Rahul are also included in this list.
Deepak Chahal and Rahul Chahal are their brothers, and presently Deepak for IPL in IPL while Rahul is playing for Mumbai Indians. Both brothers play on behalf of Rajasthan. Deepak is older than Rahul, and currently, he is 26 years old, while Rahul’s age is 19 years. In the case of the previous IPL, brothers like yousuf Pathan and Irfan Pathan have played against each other. Of these, Irfan is not currently a part of any team in IPL, and he commits the comment while Yusuf Pathan plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad. Apart from these, Mumbai’s Hardik Pandya and Krinal Pandya are also brothers. Both players play from Mumbai. They also played in this match.
Rahul Chahal is bowling the leg braces, and he represents his state Rajasthan in domestic cricket. Rahul has also played for Indian Under-19, Under-23 and India A. In the year 2016-17, in Ranji season, he made his debut for Rajasthan in the first-class cricket on November 5, 2016. In this season, he made his debut in the List A Cricket for Rajasthan through Vijay Hazare Trophy. In the year 2017, he bought Rising Pune Superjets for one lakh rupees in his team. On April 8, 2017, he made his IPL debut for this team. Now the Pune team is not part of the IPL. Rahul was included in his team in Mumbai in 2018, but he did not get a chance to play. In the Vijay Hazare Trophy in the 2018-19 season, he had taken the most wickets for his team Rajasthan. He achieved 20 wickets in 9 matches. In that same season, he was also selected for the India C Team for Deodhar Trophy.
Deepika, the fast bowler of the Indian cricket team, plays on the home ground from Rajasthan. Deepak is a medium pace fast bowler, and he is also an aggressive middle-order batsman. In the IPL, he is currently playing for Chennai Super Kings. Deepak played one ODI and one T20 match for India. One day in ODIs, he took one wicket in T20 too.