During the India-Sri Lanka 2nd T20I on Thursday at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, India pacer Arshdeep Singh set an unwelcome record with a bizarre hat-trick of no-balls. When Arshdeep Singh, a promising young talent. Was recalled to the Indian playing XI for Team India’s match against Sri Lanka in the second Twenty20 International on Thursday, and a lot was expected of him.
At the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium. Pacer Arshdeep made an exciting return to the Indian team and bowled one of the game’s most expensive overs. Arshdeep, a left-arm pacer, was brought into the attack in the second over of Sri Lanka’s innings and ended up bowling back-to-back three no-balls in his first spell.
Arshdeep’s leak of 19 runs in the second over gave Sri Lanka a blistering start in the Powerplay. Arshdeep, the pacer, bowled his first no-ball on the final pitch of the second over. Arshdeep conceded a boundary on the following ball, which the umpire also deemed a no-ball, after bowling a wide.
After Sri Lanka’s opener, Mendis smashed Arshdeep for a maximum. The hooter went off for the third time, leaving skipper Pandya in disbelief. During the Asian giants’ second Twenty20 International. The under-fire pacer eventually switched to rounding the wicket to complete his forgetful over.
Sri Lanka took advantage of Arshdeep’s disastrous bowling to reach 49 in 5 overs without losing a single wicket. It’s interesting to note that pacer Arshdeep ended up breaking a record by scoring 19 runs in his first over of the 2023 season. Arshdeep, a star pacer, is now the first Indian bowler to bowl a hat trick of no balls in the game’s shortest format.
In relation to the match, India made two substitutions to its starting XI. After defeating Sri Lanka by 2 runs in the series opener at Wankhede Stadium. Indian captain Pandya confirmed during the coin toss that the hosts have given local player Rahul Tripathi his debut in the shortest format of the game.
Arshdeep was ill and couldn’t play in the first game of the series. Took Harshal Patel’s place in the Indian team for the second Twenty20 International at Pune. Bowling will come first. Thought that the dew might come later and that the wicket should not change because it looks good.
Oh, that’s something I didn’t know (teams that bat first has a better record here). Bowlers performed admirably at the Wankhede to defend 160. He makes his debut as Tripathi. After winning the toss, Pandya declared, “Harshal is replaced by Arshdeep.”