In spite of the fact that Arshdeep is receiving a lot of backlash on social media for dropping the catch, there are also a lot of people who are standing up for the young pacer. Boxer Vijender Singh has rallied around Arshdeep, stating “dogs keep barking”.
Matches between India and Pakistan are always high-pressure affairs, and the team that is able to perform under that pressure and maintain their composure is the one that comes out on top. In the match that took place on Sunday as part of the Asia Cup Super 4, the team captained by Babar Azam prevailed over India, achieving a victory by five wickets after attempting to chase down India’s total of 182.
At the Dubai International Stadium, the Pakistani team was led by Mohammad Rizwan and Mohammad Nawaz, who were both outstanding performers.
However, the biggest talking point of the game came in the 18th over of Pakistan’s innings when young seamer Arshdeep Singh dropped a relatively easy chance off the bowling of Ravi Bishnoi, which allowed Asif Ali to get a reprieve. This was the moment that sparked the most conversation about the game. After that, Arshdeep came on to bowl the final over, but he was unable to defend seven runs, and Pakistan was ultimately victorious as a result.
In spite of the fact that Arshdeep is receiving a lot of backlash on social media for dropping the catch, there are also a lot of people who are standing up for the young pacer. Boxer Vijender Singh has come out in support of Arshdeep, adding that there are “dogs barking” about him.
“Koi na @arshdeepsinghh beere kutte bille bhok de rende (Don’t worry, Dogs keep on barking),” tweeted Vijender.
During the post-match press conference, India batter Virat Kohli showed his support for Arshdeep by saying that mistakes can happen from anyone in high-pressure games. Kohli said, “Anyone can commit the mistake, the situation was tight. It was a high-pressure game and mistakes can happen. I still remember when I was playing my first Champions Trophy and the match was against Pakistan, I had played a very bad shot against Shahid Afridi.”
“I was watching the ceiling till 5 am, I was not able to sleep and I thought my career was over but these things are natural. Seniors players get around you, there is a good team environment right now, I give the credit to the captain and coach. The players learn from their mistakes.
So one must accept his mistake, address it, and look forward to being in that pressure situation once again,” he added. “The players learn from their mistakes. So one must accept his mistake, address it, and look forward to being.
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