Former Indian bowler Vikram Raj Vir Singh remarked on Friday that Arshdeep Singh, a pacer, has a bright future ahead of him and should ignore the criticism.
In the 18th over of Pakistan’s innings against India in the Super Four round match of the Asia Cup, the 23-year-old Indian bowler missed a crucial catch. Asif Ali, whom Singh had dismissed, made the most of the opportunity presented to him by hitting Pakistani bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar for 19 runs in the subsequent over.
Given the last over to stop seven runs, Arshdeep Singh gave it his all. As a result of the missed opportunity, Arshdeep was the subject of internet harassment.
“Arshdeep Singh has a bright future and a lot of potential. His IPL performance so far has been excellent for both team India and himself. In their career, players experience both highs and lows. He has a terrific quality in that he is psychologically tough. From that, he has to move on, Vikram Raj Vir Singh told ANI.
Speaking about the Legends League Cricket, Singh expressed his happiness at returning to the pitch among other athletes.
We are thrilled to be playing with our old friends once again and to be back on the field. Here, cricket is very competitive. Because I also coach, I constantly put a priority on fitness, he remarked.
Who should be the designated wicketkeeper-batter in the team has long been a source of contention in Indian cricket circles. Karthik may brag about being a great finisher, but Pant has enormous skill and is supported by many.
India has sometimes featured both players on the same side, and Singh thinks Rohit Sharma would be content with such selections for the starting XI.
Such rivalry is beneficial. Rohit Sharma would likely be pleased with this since he has several options for his starting XI. The management of the team will now determine under what circumstances the batter who keeps the wicket would be suitable, he said.