Since his debut in England in the T20Is, Arshdeep Singh is seen to be a flawless performer. The bowler from Punjab has always bowled the most challenging overs with great success, and his IPL credentials have helped.
His international career has gotten off to a strong start, with six wickets in four games and a fantastic economy rate of 6.52.
It is challenging to duplicate Singh’s ability to bowl yorkers consistently under duress. He has shown his ability throughout his little time playing for his country by skillfully utilising the crease and varying his plays.
Veteran cricket voice from India, Harsha Bhogle, went all praise for the young pacer. “ Arshdeep Singh is currently passing every exam Rohit (captain) is asking him to appear for” Bhogle about Arshdeep’s bowling.
Former wicketkeeper batter Saba Karim also acknowledged Singh’s caliber and expects the Indian selector to consider him for the T20I World Cup. In a recent sports show, he said,”I have high hopes for Arshdeep Singh because he adds so much variety to the attack. Plus he’s kind of multidimensional in terms of the slots of overs that he can come in and bowl. Plus, he is learning each and every day and you need that kind of left armer in your attack who has got so much variation. So yes, I think he’s pretty high on the picking order in terms of world cup selection.”
Former head selector Krishnamachari Srikkanth praised left-arm seamer Arshdeep Singh and predicted that he would eventually become the best bowler in T20 Internationals. Before the third T20I between India and West Indies began, he made the statement while discussing Fan code, “He will be the future world no.1 in T20Is. He is simply outstanding. Arshdeep Singh! Make a note of it. He will be on the T20 World Cup team. Come on Chetu, please take his name also,”
Arshdeep Singh is currently playing in the ongoing 5-match T20I series against West Indies. With two more games to be played in Florida, the visitors are up 2-1. The hosts staged a comeback in the second game and won by five wickets to tie the series after the Rohit Sharma-led team won the first game by a big margin of 68 runs.