Arshdeep Singh is emerging as one of the best bowlers for team India and the player is proving his prowess in the ongoing 20-20 World Cup 2022. More often than not, the pacers are known for their aggression and most of the bowlers come up with belligerent celebrations post taking a wicket. India’s match against Bangladesh in the ongoing showpiece event played on November 2, Wednesday, turned out to be a nail-biting one and it was Rohit Sharma’s men who took home the much-needed win.
For the unversed, after putting a total of 184 runs on the board at the end of 20 overs, India tried to defend it and a rain interruption forced the match officials to revise the target. The Bangla Tigers were given an uphill task to chase down 151 runs off 16 overs by the DLS method. However, Shakib Al Hasan’s men fell short of the target by 6 runs and it was the left-arm pacer who kept picking up wickets in crucial intervals.
A video from the match is now resurfacing where Arshdeep can be seen nonchalant when Suryakumar Yadav successfully completes a high catch. Fans, who shared the video on the internet, lauded the pacer for his positive attitude and his confidence in himself.
Here is the video:
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India’s next assignment is against England
After ensuring that they remain the toppers of Group 1 with the win against Zimbabwe, the Men in Blue are bracing for the semi-finals against England to be played on November 10, Thursday in Adelaide. The left-arm pacer would hope to step up for the team in the crucial clash and pick wickets for the team. Virat Kohli, who is in stupendous form, would hope to contribute with the bat and help India make it through to the semis. Tackling England’s pace battery could be a tough task and Suryakumar might have to repeat his heroics against Zimbabwe again.
However, Rohit’s form is a matter of concern and the captain would hope to return back to form and help India get off to a flyer. KL Rahul, on the other hand, would hope to work on his strike rate and rotation with the Indian skipper at the other end.