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Arshdeep Singh on target of trolls after India loses to arch-rivals Pakistan

In a thrilling encounter, Pakistan chase down India's 182-run target with a ball to spare

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Arshdeep Singh is on target of trolls after India loses to arch-rivals Pakistan by 5 wickets!

Indian trolls are hurling abuses on Arshdeep Singh for dropping Asif Ali’s catch.

Cricket is the most unpredictable game and no one can control the outcome at the end of the day.

Unfortunately, the Indians started abusing their own player after having a bad day on the field.

Cricket fans, particularly from India need to accept that Pakistan played good cricket on Sunday evening and won the crucial second match at the Super-4 stage by 5 wickets against the arch-rivals.

One who held their nerves in the tense match deserved to win.

It was a poor performance by all Indian bowlers, don’t go harsh on young Arshdeep Singh who did drop the crucial catch that became the turning point of the match.

Virat Kohli was impeccable with the bat, putting 50 off 36, but it was Mohammad Rizwan and Nawaz who outclassed all Indian batters.

Mohammad Rizwan was the chief architect of Pakistan’s win over India in this game with 71 off 51 balls. He.

On the other end of the pitch, Mohammad Nawaz slammed 42 off just 20 balls to come out as a hero as well for Pakistan.

Indians on social media were not easy on Arshdeep Singh and came out roasting the young pacer.

A member of the U-19 squad that lifted the World Cup in 2018, Arshdeep Singh is a left-arm pacer hailing from Indian Punjab, following Sunday’s defeat is being labelled a villain.

And adding more to it, Indians called him the Khalistani conspiracy.

A player is being targeted just because he’s Sikh? How shameful the state of Indian cricket fans is!

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It was the turning moment of the match when Asif Ali’s crucial catch was dropped in the 18th over of the chase off the bowling of Ravi Bishnoi.  Arshdeep Singh dropped a sitter at short third man.

Many Pakistani cricket fans came out in support of the young Indian pacer who had a bit of tough luck on the field and later with the ball in the last over.

 

 

the authorSaman Siddiqui
Saman Siddiqui, A freelance journalist with a Master’s Degree in Mass Communication and MS in Peace and Conflict Studies. Associated with the media industry since 2006. Experience in various capacities including Program Host, Researcher, News Producer, Documentary Making, Voice Over, Content Writing Copy Editing, and Blogging, and currently associated with OyeYeah since 2018, working as an Editor.