India had to face defeat in the second T20 against West Indies. However, during the second match, a very interesting picture was seen.
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Team India had to face defeat in the second T20 against West Indies. The hosts won the second match by 5 wickets. Team India got defeated in the last over and thus the five-match series is currently tied at 1-1. By the way, a picture of this match has surprised the fans. The reason for surprise is that there are three-three in Team India. Arshdeep Singh were playing. Don’t be surprised, apart from Arshdeep Singh, two other players were wearing the jersey of Arshdeep’s name.
Arshdeep Singh’s jersey was worn by three players
Let us tell you that in the second T20 played in St Kitts, three players were seen in Arshdeep Singh’s jersey. At first it was Arshdeep himself. Apart from them, Suryakumar Yadav and Avesh Khan also wore Arshdeep Singh’s jersey. All the fans were surprised to see the picture of three players wearing Arshdeep Singh’s jersey.
Let us tell you what was the reason for this. In fact, before the St Kitts T20, the baggage of Team India did not reach their hotel at the right time. It is possible that the luggage of Suryakumar Yadav and Avesh Khan did not reach, so they had to wear Arshdeep Singh’s jersey.
Arshdeep Singh + end overs – What a combo. pic.twitter.com/YQJm1Xa0SB
— Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) August 2, 2022
Arshdeep Singh did wonders in the match
The second T20 team India definitely lost but its young fast bowler Arshdeep Singh did an amazing job. This left-arm fast bowler took one wicket for 26 runs in 4 overs. The big thing is that Arshdeep gave only 10 runs in the last two overs and the wicket of Rovman Powell also came in his account. Arshdeep Singh spent only 6 runs in the 19th over, due to which Team India got a chance to save 10 runs in the last 6 balls. But West Indies took advantage of Avesh Khan’s poor bowling and Team India had to face defeat. The series is tied at 1-1. The third T20 will be held on Tuesday itself, it remains to be seen which team takes the lead.