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Pacer Arshdeep Singh is keen to become a lower-order batter and is working hard at his batting


Arshdeep Singh took four wickets for only nine runs during India’s seven-wicket victory over the tenacious USA squad.

Arshdeep Singh, an India bowler, is putting in a lot of work with batting coach Vikram Rathour in order to become a consistent lower-order batsman despite his recent rampant ball-playing exploits. Arshdeep took four wickets for just nine runs on Wednesday in the T20 World Cup group stage encounter, helping India defeat the tenacious USA team by seven wickets. India advanced to the Super Eight stage with their third straight victory.

Arshdeep was declared Player of the Match. “We are always learning, always trying to get better at all the skills, be it bowling, batting, or fielding, because you never know when the team needs those runs,” he stated in the post-game press chat.

Two runs, four runs, or any other number can be scored. It’s just a matter of giving it your all. He continued, “I’m also making a concerted effort to improve my batting with Vikram Bhai.”

In this intense match against Pakistan on June 9, Arshdeep entered at No. 9 and scored nine runs off of thirteen balls before going out. The pacer with a left arm claimed he was adamant about starting that match ahead of Jasprit Bumrah.

“Jassi Bhai (Bumrah) was meant to enter before me, but I asked Rohit (Sharma) and then I went in.” They were taken aback by it, but I assured them that I would rise no matter what you said,” he disclosed.

“I’ll go at nine because in the last game, I faced the fastest bowlers. That is, in fact, the current plan. I have a lot of faith in my batting ability. And you just try to keep improving, whether you’re bowling or fielding,” he said.

Regarding the competition, Arshdeep stated that success will depend on one’s ability to adjust to the various locations’ conditions. 

After spending their first three games in this location, India will now play their last Group A encounter against Canada on Saturday in Lauderhill, Florida. After that, the competition will move to the Caribbean.

“What matters most is how we adjust to the circumstances and the environment. When the opposition is batting first, we aim to make as many runs as we can to give the bowlers a decent chance to limit them, and if there is assistance in the wicket, we try to grab early wickets and restrict them to a low total,” the player stated.In helping India limit the USA to 110/8 on Wednesday, the 25-year-old stated he was happy with his bowling performance. When asked if there was excitement in the locker room following three straight victories, Arshdeep replied that the players were just trying to remain consistent no matter what happened.

“…the emotions remain the same…”So, sure, just try to be stable enough, whether we win, lose, or have a good or horrible day,” he explained.



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