Arshdeep Singh Reveals His Plans Ahead Of The Trivandrum T20
By CricShots - Sep 29, 2022 12:02 pm
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The young Indian fast bowler, Arshdeep Singh came out all guns blazing in his opening spell against South Africa in the first T20I. Talking about his performance, he said he had been working hard to perform such and wanted to keep up with it in the future as well. He further revealed his plans during the game and credited Deepak Chahar for bowling a brilliant first over.

Arshdeep Singh
Arshdeep Singh bowled a phenomenal first over

Arshdeep Singh returned to competitive cricket with figures of 3/32 to earn his first man of the match award in international cricket. After receiving the award, he said, “Have been thinking about the man of the match speech and was excited. There was a lot of help from the surface, and DC (Deepak Chahar) bhai set the tone and I just wanted to execute the plans.”

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The highlight of Arshdeep Singh’s performance was his ability to swing the new ball both ways. After having shaped the ball away from Quinton de Kock and Rilee Rossouw to dismiss them, the youngster churned out a fiery inswinger to David Miller, making the veteran look like a fish out of water with his stumps disturbed.

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Team India

Talking about the dismissal, Arshdeep Singh said, “Loved the wicket of David Miller, he was expecting the outswinger, but I got that to swing in. So that was great.”

Eventually, the Proteas stabilized to a considerable extent as Keshav Maharaj played a knock of 41 off 35 deliveries, including a couple of boundaries and a six off Arshdeep’s bowling. Nevertheless, he could only take his team to 106 which was chased down by the hosts without much ado.

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Talking about his final over, Arshdeep Singh said, “We wanted to take his [Keshav Maharaj] wicket, but he batted well. We could have had a different plan but we won the match, and that’s what matters,” Arshdeep added. The left-arm quick is a part of India’s squad for the upcoming World T20 as well and will be one to look out for in the marquee event. “Have trained hard at the NCA (National Cricket Academy), and want to perform well going forward,” he concluded.