Parthiv Patel Thinks This Left-Arm Pacer Can Make Team India Cut- IPL 2022


Parthiv Patel comes out lavishing praise on Punjab Kings Pacer Arshdeep Singh. The former Indian wicketkeeper feels that he is bowling at his best in this season and can soon make it to Men in Blue in white-ball cricket.

Arshdeep Singh was retained by Punjab Kings ahead of the IPL 2022 Mega-Auction. And, certainly, the left-arm pacer has lived up to the expectations of his franchise. He has been bowling outstandingly well in the death overs.

Arshdeep Singh is the best in IPL 2022 among left-arm pacers

Arshdeep Singh recently bowled an important 19th over against MS Dhoni during PBKS and CSK. In the end, it turned out to be the difference between the win and defeat of defending champions. The left-arm pacer has been receiving good compliments from former cricketers for his calm and composed execution with the ball in death overs. He has the best economy rate this season between 16 and 20 overs.

Parthiv Patel said that Arshdeep Singh looks very confident bowling in the death overs for Punjab Kings. He added that there is a lot of stress on having a left-arm pacer in Team India and the youngster can fill that spot.

Patel mentioned that there have been other bowlers in the fray like T Natarajan and Khaleel Ahmed. But, Arshdeep Singh is the best among the whole current lot.

“The execution and the confidence that Arshdeep [Singh] is displaying has been there since the last IPL. There is a lot of debate these days that India needs a left-arm seamer in their attack. Names of Arshdeep, [T] Natarajan, Khaleel Ahmed are in the mix. But according to me, the bowler who is performing the best, even though he might not bowl at the express pace of 140-145 kmph but can certainly provide the execution under pressure, is Arshdeep Singh,” Parthiv said.

Recently, Kagiso Rabada, who is playing for Punjab Kings in this season, also praised Arshdeep Singh and said he is the best death bowler so far in IPL 2022.

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