‘He is the find of the tournament for India’ - Nikhil Chopra extols Arshdeep Singh after impressive run at T20 World Cup 2022
Arshdeep Singh ended the World Cup campaign with 10 wickets in six games.
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India may have been comprehensively defeated at the hands of a formidable English side in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 semi-final but there are few positive aspects to look forward to in their campaign. Young Arshdeep Singh made his first appearance donning the blue outfit in a World Cup campaign and he has been just sensational.
Since the very first match against Pakistan, the pace spearhead displayed how lethal he could get with the ball. The left-arm seamer showed that he can get the ball moving and provide major breakthroughs for the side.
Moreover, in his six outings for the side in their campaign, Arshdeep ended up scalping as many as 10 wickets and is among the list of top 10 wicket-takers of the tournament. Former India international Nikhil Chopra lauded Arshdeep’s performances and believes he has been the ‘find’ of the competition for the side.
“Arshdeep Singh is the find of the tournament for India, no doubt. The way he has bowled, his strengths to move the new ball, and then coming back with his second spell as the ball gets older towards the death overs to bowl the yorkers and slower balls is great. The experience of playing in this World Cup edition will see his game getting fine-tuned as he moves forward,” said Chopra on 'BatBricks7 presents Run Ki Runneeti' on CricTracker.
He will have confidence to win matches single-handedly: Nikhil Chopra
The former cricketer further added that the rhythm attained by the pacer during the course of the marquee event Down Under, will help going ahead in the other matches.
“He will have that confidence in him that he could pull off that one good over and win the game single-handedly for the side. Having this thought is very important and I think the games we see him play after the World Cup, the maturity, and his game getting fine-tuned will be seen,” concluded Chopra.