November 29, 2022

A game includes both wins and losses. Although who wins and loses is never predetermined, a true sportsman will give it their all to the very end. It’s not a given that one team will triumph every time. The India vs. Pakistan Super 4 Asia Cup match was outstanding because even though India lost, it gave Pakistan one of the hardest opponents.

Arshdeep Singh, who missed a catch during the India vs. Pakistan Super 4 Asia Cup match, received a barrage of taunting remarks on social media.

On the cricket field, Arshdeep Singh is a formidable opponent. He has repeatedly demonstrated this by bowling the most challenging overs for the Punjab Kings. Even in the Asia Cup Super 4 match against Pakistan, when most other cricketers would want to dig a hole and jump in it after missing a key catch in the 18th over, Arshdeep kept his head up and almost held on to six runs off the final over.

A conversation with Arshdeep was had prior to boarding. He said, “I’m laughing at all these tweets and messages.”. There are only positives to take away from this. After landing in Chandigarh on Monday evening, Darshan, Arshdeep’s father, who is the head of security for a private company, told The Indian Express that the incident had only given him more confidence.

At the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Arshdeep’s mother Baljeet and father Darshan were present to see India play Pakistan. After a challenging day on the field, Arshdeep won’t feel left out, as Virat Kohli said in the post-match press conference, according to Arshdeep’s mother, who also affirmed that the entire Indian team is in fact supporting the young player.

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Trolls on social media harassed the left-arm seamer after he blew an opportunity to dismiss Pakistani batsman Asif Ali in the 18th over of the chase off Ravi Bishnoi’s bowling. The slip turned out to be expensive as Asif struck a six and a four in Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s following over, turning the contest decisively in Pakistan’s favour.