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Chahar takes T20 record 6-7 as India beat Bangladesh

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Deepak Chahar takes 6-7 in Nagpur - the best-ever bowling figures in a Twenty20 international - as India beat Bangladesh by 30 runs in Nagpur.
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Deepak Chahar takes 6-7 in Nagpur - the best-ever bowling figures in a Twenty20 international - as India beat Bangladesh by 30 runs in Nagpur.
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