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Mohammed Shami encourages Arshdeep Singh by telling him to “Focus on your upcoming games.”

Arshdeep Singh is being mocked on social media for the lost catch, and India pacer Mohammad Shami has come out in favour of Arshdeep Singh. Mohammad Shami has asked Arshdeep Singh to just focus on the remaining games.

India pacer Mohammed Shami has come out in support of young seamer Arshdeep Singh, who is being criticised on social media after dropping a catch against Pakistan in the Asia Cup Super 4s match that took place on Sunday at the Dubai International Stadium. The match was played at the Dubai International Stadium.

In the 18th over of the innings, Arshdeep failed to make the catch, and as a result, Asif Ali was given another chance at life. Pakistan emerged victorious in the match by a margin of five wickets in the end.

Now, the fast bowler for India, Mohammad Shami, has spoken out in favour of Arshdeep Singh and asked him to just concentrate on the remaining matches.

Shami posted the following on his Instagram Story: “No need to be concerned, @arshdeep.singh; we are here to support you. Keep your attention fixed on the next games, and avoid looking at or listening to any other coverage.”

It is essential to remember that even Shami was subjected to trolling after India’s loss to Pakistan in the Twenty20 World Cup match that took place in the United Arab Emirates a year ago.

In the 18th over of Pakistan’s innings on Sunday, the young seamer Arshdeep Singh dropped a relatively easy chance off the bowling of Ravi Bishnoi, which allowed Asif Ali to get a reprieve and became the most significant talking point of the game between India and Pakistan. India won the game by an innings and 57 runs.

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.

Virat Kohli, the batter for India, gave his support for Arshdeep by remarking that mistakes may happen from anyone in high-pressure situations during his post-match news conference after the match: “Due to the precarious nature of the circumstance, the error could have been made by anyone.

It was a high-stakes game, and as a result, mistakes were possible. I can still vividly recall the time when I was competing in the Champions Trophy for the first time. The match was against Pakistan, and I had just played a particularly poor shot against Shahid Afridi.”

“I couldn’t sleep, I couldn’t stop staring at the ceiling till 5 in the morning, and I believed my professional life was finished, but these things are natural. I’d want to give the credit for the positive atmosphere that now exists on the squad to both the captain and the coach. Senior players, please surround you.

The players improve as a result of their errors. One must therefore admit that he made a mistake, make amends for it, and look forward to being put in a similarly stressful circumstance once more “he added.

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