India vs Pakistan, Asia Cup: Ex-India Batter Changes Profile Pic On Twitter In Support Of Arshdeep Singh
India vs Pakistan, Asia Cup 2022: Former India opening batter Aakash Chopra on Monday changed his Twitter profile pic to show his support for Arshdeep Singh
Young pacer Arshdeep Singh dropped a relatively easy catch off the bowling of Ravi Bishnoi in the Asia Cup Super 4 match against Pakistan on Sunday at the Dubai International Stadium and hence, the player is being subjected to vicious trolling on social media. However, there are many fans and cricket pundits who have come out in support of the 23-year-old.
In a latest, former India opening batter Aakash Chopra on Monday changed his Twitter profile pic to show his support for Arshdeep.
the biggest talking point of the game came in the 18th over of Pakistan's innings as young seamer Arshdeep Singh dropped a relatively easy chance off the bowling of Ravi Bishnoi and Asif Ali got a reprieve. Arshdeep then came on to bowl the final over, but he was not able to defend seven runs, and in the end, Pakistan walked away with a victory.
Speaking at the post-match press conference, India batter Virat Kohli showed his support for Arshdeep, saying mistakes can happen from anyone in high-pressure games: "Anyone can commit the mistake, the situation was tight. It was a high-pressure game and mistakes can happen. I still remember I was playing my first Champions Trophy and the match was against Pakistan, I had played a very bad shot against Shahid Afridi."
"I was watching the ceiling till 5 am, I was not able to sleep and I thought my career is over but these things are natural. Seniors players get around you, there is a good team environment right now, I give the credit to the captain and coach. The players learn from their mistakes. So one must accept his mistake, address it and look forward to being in that pressure situation once again," he added.
On Sunday, in the Asia Cup Super 4 clash, Babar Azam-led side came out on top against India as they registered a five-wicket win after chasing down a total of 182.