‘He is not Umran Malik, he’s not Mohammed Siraj’: Gautam Gambhir on Arshdeep Singh’s tempo variations2 min read
After having completed the T20 World Cup final 12 months as India’s main wicket taker, Arshdeep Singh has been beneath the pump of late.
The left arm pacer, who picked 39 wickets in his first 25 outings for India at an economic system fee of 8.50, has been leaking runs within the newer T20I appearances. Arshdeep’s economic system fee in T20Is because the T20 World Cup has gone as much as 10.24.
Former India batter Gautam Gambhir reckons it has to do with the 23-year-old’s lack of tempo variations.
“You gonna have something different up your sleeves whether it’s a slower one or a slower bouncer. Some kind of variation,” Gambhir mentioned on Star Sports. “Unfortunately, he doesn’t have the speed to actually rattle the batsmen. So he’s got to develop some variation. He is not Umran Malik, he’s not Mohammed Siraj. So one thing he needs to do is probably try and keep it very simple and sort his no balls out which is equally important.”
He additional added, “I think. these numbers are fine, It can go south and it can go north. But the most important thing is you can’t afford to bowl those no-balls. That is absolutely unacceptable, especially at this level, and it can come back to hurt you and the team big time.”
“And that is exactly what happened in the previous game. Just keep the basics right. See, World Cup conditions are completely different from what you normally get back home. In Australia, it was swinging and it was still bouncing, decent carry as well with the new ball. But when you play at the sub-continent, these are flat wickets.”
In the primary T20I in opposition to New Zealand, Arshdeep conceded 27 runs in his final over, one which proved expensive as India finally misplaced the sport by 21 runs. The left armer started the over by overstepping the road, resulting in Daryl Mitchell scoring 12 runs off one authorized supply other than the added one run penalty of a no ball.
Arshdeep had additionally conceded a complete of 5 no balls in opposition to Sri Lanka within the 2nd T20I, a report highest by an Indian bowler, in opposition to Sri Lanka earlier this month.