Team India found that a bowler like Arshdeep Singh can bowl at the beginning and at the death in limited-overs cricket.
So, Arshdeep Singh is such a pacer who is reliable at both ends of the innings. He is fitted so comfortably in the team at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup and has bowled really well into some crucial overs
Specializing in death over yorkers, Arshdeep is always a picture of calmness and composure, even in pressure situations, which has given him a lot of praise for his performances in the World Cup.
Speaking exclusively with Irfan Pathan on the Star Sports show ‘Follow the Blues’, Arshdeep Singh spoke, “My focus was always on consistency. You cannot afford to give too many loose balls at the international level. I want to be good while bowling with the new and old balls. I want to pick wickets or control runs as needed,” he said.
“Paras Mhambrey worked with me on my run-up. He said if I come straight, I will get more consistency with my line. You cannot afford bad lines on Australia wickets, so I am trying to come straight, and I can see the results but hope to do better.”
Arshdeep also spoke about how he is trying to manage his length.
“Entire team prepared well for the World Cup. We reached Perth around one week before and worked on our lengths because everyone had different lengths. So while practising, we could figure out the lengths with bounce. I guess with good preparation, we get good results.”