The recent performances by Arshdeep Singh are discussed by Deep Dasgupta. -‘He needs one good spell’. In his final match against the Mumbai Indians, Arshdeep Singh claimed one wicket while giving up 66 runs.
The Shikhar Dhawan led Punjab Kings and the five-time champion Mumbai Indians competed in an exciting match on May 3 at the PCA IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali. This was the 46th game of the IPL 2023.
Punjab batted first and scored an astounding 214 runs, which Mumbai had to chase. However, the hosts’ bowling attack, in particular Arshdeep Singh, was thoroughly beaten during the run chase. The Indian bowler only managed to claim one wicket while giving up 66 runs.
Former Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Deep Dasgupta has commented on Arshdeep’s recent performances and suggested that the 24-year-old is currently in the wrong frame of mind and that one strong spell is all he needs to get back in the groove.
“Punjab’s bowling unit has gone for plenty in the last few games. I don’t think that helps their confidence either. Someone like Arshdeep, I mean as good as he is, but he has been very, very expensive. Leave aside this game; even in the last game, he was very expensive,”Deep Dasgupta told.
“As a unit, they haven’t performed. He is not very expressive, but you can see in his body language that he needs one good spell to get him back into that right mind space,”He added.
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Blitzkrieg led by Suryakumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan helps MI defeat PBKS
Mumbai, who were attempting to chase down a 215 run mark, got off to a rough start when they lost captain Rohit Sharma for a duck. Additionally, Cameron Green was unsuccessful in the top order as well. Suryakumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan’s strikes, though, were what gave the five-time champs the victory.
Ishan Kishan got 75 runs off 41 deliveries, compared to Suryakumar’s 66 runs off 31 balls. Mumbai scored 216 runs thanks to their outstanding efforts, winning the match by six wickets.
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