Yuzvendra Chahal    Getty Images
Yuzvendra Chahal Getty Images

India might have lost the second ODI against England by 86 runs, but Yuzvendra Chahal, who came to bat at No. 11 had his fun. He came into bat after the wicket of Siddarth Kaul in the 47th over. With the chase out of the question, Chahal thought he would try some shots in the middle. He even struck a proper straight drive to David Willey and pointed his bat to the dressing-room which caused laughter all over.

Looking for more runs Chahal also ran himself out twice while attempting quick singles. He guided the ball towards third man and was up for a single when Kuldeep Yadav sent him back. He tried to take advantage of the overthrow as well but had was asked to return. Graeme Swann, in the commentary box, termed this as ‘dog chasing a frisbee.’

Chahal was out off the final ball of the match giving a simple catch to Ben Stokes at long-on.