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Arshdeep Singh Credits Bhuvneshwar Kumar For His Recent Succession
By CricShots - Oct 31, 2022 4:12 pm
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The young Indian fast bowler, Arshdeep Singh is relishing his partnership with fellow pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar, saying the credit for his recent success goes to the veteran seamer. Arshdeep Singh has picked up seven wickets in three matches in the ongoing ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia. Speaking after India’s 5-wicket loss against South Africa, Arshdeep said the credit for his success goes to Bhuvneshwar, as the batter looks to defend against Bhuvneshwar and take him on.

Arshdeep Singh
Arshdeep Singh

As per the quotes in India today, Arshdeep Singh said, “Credit for my success goes to him. The batters aren’t taking chances against him (Bhuvneshwar) and are doing that with me. So we have forged a good partnership. A bowling partnership is as important as a batting partnership.”

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The left-arm southpaw said the bowlers study the weaknesses of batters, insisting that Bhuvneshwar puts the batters under pressure with economical bowling up from. He also talked about the Perth wicket, which was a dream for any fast bowler to bowl to.

Arshdeep Singh
Arshdeep Singh bowled brilliantly against South Africa

Explaining the same, Arshdeep Singh said, “I’m able to attack the batter because Bhuvi bhai is bowling so economically that the batter is already under pressure. You feel confident when you get wickets first up and team also feels confident of your abilities. It was great track to bowl on. It was a dream wicket for any fast bowler and perhaps the spiciest of the tracks I have bowled so far in my career.”

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Arshdeep Singh sidestepped the question when asked why the veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin was given the 18th over from captain Rohit Sharma. India will look turn their attention towards Bangladesh, who they face in their next Super-12 tie on November 2.

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