The conspiracy to defame Arshdeep was hatched in Pakistan itself. Pakistan has done abominable work on their Wikipedia page.
Arshdeep Singh dropped the catch of Asif Ali
New Delhi.Today, fast bowler Arshdeep Singh is being discussed more than India’s defeat at the hands of Pakistan. Arshdeep, who bowled powerfully in the Super Four of Asia Cup 2022, is being trolled fiercely on social media. They are being called Khalistani. After which many players including former Pakistani all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez came out in support of the Indian young bowler. Now a big update is coming in this matter. The conspiracy to defame Arshdeep was hatched in Pakistan itself. Pakistan has done abominable work on their Wikipedia page.
Arshdeep had dropped the catch
In fact, batting first, India had given a target of 182 runs to Pakistan, which Pakistan achieved a ball earlier. In this high-voltage match, Arshdeep dropped the catch of Asif Ali on the third ball of the 18th over and for this reason he is being considered guilty of defeat, while in the last over, Arshdeep made the match more exciting by trapping Asif in his net.
The name of Pakistan came to the fore
However, forgetting his brilliant performance, the trollers sat down and caught one of his mistakes and started telling lies. This matter increased further when he was called Khalistani and his Wikipedia page was edited and made viral. Shortly after this, the name of Pakistan came to the fore in this whole matter. Screenshots of Arshdeep’s Wikipedia page are going viral, in which the word Khalistani has been tampered with. The location of the person who edited the page is being told as Pakistan.