Arshdeep Singh, said that his bowling partner India’s young pace sensation Umran Malik makes things easy for him and that they enjoy each other’s company on and off the field. Shikhar Dhawan and company are set to face New Zealand in the third and final ODI of the three-match series in Christchurch. India is trailing the series 1-0 and will try to save it in the final ODI on Wednesday.
Rain forced the cancellation of the second One-Day International (ODI) between India and New Zealand. The match was called off with the Men in Blue scoring 89/1 in 12.5 overs when rain intervened for the final time, effectively ending any further action. Umran was on fire in the middle overs of the second ODI against New Zealand. The right-arm pacer hit 150 km/h four times while dismissing Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell. Arshdeep and Umran made their One-Day International (ODI) debuts against New Zealand in Auckland.
“It gives me an advantage to play with Umran. He bowls at 155 KMPH and makes my life easy. We are enjoying our partnership both on and off the field. I hope it lasts a long time. My journey has not been easy or difficult for me. We as players concentrate on playing and enjoying the process, not on how easy or difficult it is. It feels good when we give our all. We take each game as it comes and don’t have high expectations for myself in the next year or so “Arshdeep stated during a pre-match press conference. The 23-year-old Indian pacer dropped an important catch in the 18th over of Pakistan’s innings against India in the Asia Cup’s Super Four phase. He dropped Asif Ali, who made the most of the life he was given.
“People adore us and our game. So when we give our best, people love us, and when we don’t, people are disappointed. So nothing compares to dealing with this. They express their emotions because we represent India, and it is the right of the fans to express their love or anger. We must accept both “The pacer stated. The hosts defeated India by seven wickets in the first match. In the first ODI of a three-match series, New Zealand chased down India’s target of 306 with 2.5 overs to spare at Eden Park in Auckland on Friday. The marathon chase was propelled by Tom Latham’s stunning century and skipper Kane Williamson’s unbeaten 94. With an unbeaten 221-run stand, the pair chased the target.