IND vs SA: Arshdeep inflicted a deep injury to South Africa in 3 balls, did not let the century opener’s account

New Delhi. The Super-12 round of the T20 World Cup is being played between India and South Africa in Perth. Batting first, India scored 133 runs for 9 wickets in 20 overs. Suryakumar Yadav played the most innings of 68 runs in 40 balls for India. Apart from him, no batsman could run. South Africa did not start well in reply to 134 runs. Arshdeep Singh dismissed Quinton de Kock on the very first ball of his first over. Dekock could only score 1 run after playing 3 balls. Arshdeep’s ball was going outside the off-stump. Dekock tried to drive this ball but the ball took the edge of his bat and went behind the wicket. KL Rahul, standing at second slip, took the catch.

A ball later, Arshdeep again showed greatness and hunted Rilo Russo, who scored a century against Bangladesh in the previous match. This ball of Arshdeep was on the line of off-stump. On this, Russo tried to play a shot in the leg side but the ball did not hit his bat and hit his back pad directly. After this, Team India made a strong appeal for LBW. Arshdeep indicated to Rohit that the ball might have gone out as soon as it left the leg stump but Rohit decided to take a review and it came in favor of the team. It was clearly visible in the replay that the ball was on the line of the middle stump and would have hit the wicket directly. Thus ended Russo’s innings and he could not even open the account.

Suryakumar’s bat shines on the top order flop, India has a fighting score in front of South Africa

IND vs SA: Engidi, who came in place of Shamsi, became the biggest threat to India, wreaked havoc

Arshdeep Singh is bowling amazingly with the new ball in the absence of Jasprit Bumrah. In the opening match against Pakistan too, he hunted down Pakistan captain Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan with the new ball. Arshdeep took three wickets for 32 runs in 4 overs in that match. He bowled a 10 ball dot. After this, Arshdeep was also successful in the match against Netherlands. He took two wickets. However, in this match, he took both the wickets in the last over. That is, he has been successful in taking wickets in both the powerplay and death overs so far.

Tags: Arshdeep Singh, India vs South Africa, Quinton de Kock, T20 World Cup, T20 World Cup 2022

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button