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An Former India Star Criticizes Arshdeep Singh’s Bowling, Calling It “Wasting Energy…”

The Indian cricket team did not perform well against New Zealand in the first Twenty20 International that took place on Friday in Ranchi.

In their first innings of batting, New Zealand scored 176 runs, whereas India’s score after 20 overs was only 155/9. The match did not go particularly well for India’s brilliant left-arm pacer Arshdeep Singh, who bowls with his back to the bowler.

The quick bowler was responsible for the loss of 51 runs in just four overs. Even with two wides and one no ball, he still managed an economy rate of 12.80 runs per over (RPO).

Arshdeep’s bowling style was criticised by Sanjay Bangar and Mohamed Kaif, both of whom had previous experience playing for India.

“Today, Arshdeep did not have much of an impact. He earned his reputation by throwing wide yorkers that caused the batsmen to struggle, but today, he bowled for the most part within the strike zone. I believe that he needs to give some thought to his bowling and to the choices that he is going to make. It’s a long way to go.

It’s possible that you’re off to a strong start, but there will be games that put your skill sets to the test. It all relies on how much faith you have in yourself and how much effort you put into the fundamentals. It is possible that he will become a better batter if he works on improving these factors “a participant on Star Sports named Bangar said on the topic.

Mohammad Kaif, who played for India in the past, spoke on a technical component of his game.

“Because Arshdeep is the type of bowler that has a lengthier run-up, there is a possibility that he will experience stepping troubles. Additionally, he is squandering his energy by jogging for such a long distance.

The length of his run-up is the primary contributor to those overstepping. And when he alters his angle an excessive amount, sometimes going round the wicket and sometimes going over it. Therefore, it is necessary for him to focus on the fundamentals and maintain a degree of composure. Even though he is a skilled bowler, this was not his best day “Kaif stated.

Bangar agreed: “As Kaif pointed out, his run-up is significantly longer than what is required. A bowler needs to rediscover the run-up that works best for him.

When you are developing as a fast bowler and your body does not have a lot of power, it is best to run from a further distance in order to produce momentum. There is a lack of clarity regarding run-up whenever there is an increase in power.”

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