Skipper Hardik Pandya and his team had high hopes when Arshdeep Singh was replaced by Harshal Patel in the second Twenty20 against Sri Lanka. This young pacer was one of the discoveries of Indian cricket last year.
Many have described him as the future star of Indian fast bowling. Arshdeep returned to the team after a break. However, the star would never like to remember the first game of the new year in his life. The player has made a handful of embarrassing records in his own name through this competition. The player was seen struggling to find line or length in the bowling.
The player was competing to throw the no ball. The player who bowls only two overs in the match has five noballs in his account. He was the first Indian player to win three consecutive Nobels in one go. Arshdeep Pantherian came in the 19th over of the Sri Lankan innings. Second over the star. The player conceded five runs including a boundary in the first five balls. This will consist of three dot balls.
The star later lost control. The pacer bowled three straight noballs. In this, Sri Lankan player Kushal Mendis hit every four and six. A total of 18 runs were given away in this round. The player conceded 37 runs in two overs. Economy Rate 18.50.
With five noballs in the game, Arshdeep Singh also holds the record for the highest number of nobels in Twenty20 international matches. Until then, the actor had nine Nobels to his name. He bowled five more noballs against Lanka, taking the total to 14. The player managed to surpass Hasan Ali of Pakistan and Keemo Paul and Oshane Thomas of the West Indies who bowled 11 bowlers each.