Arshdeep Singh Performance After T20 World Cup 2022: Arshdeep Singh has so far taken 39 wickets in 25 T20 International matches at an average of 18.28 and an economy of 8.50. Arshdeep has taken 10 wickets in 6 matches since the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 but has cost 181 runs for this.

IND vs NZ: Arshdeep Singh does not have the speed to trouble the batsmen, Gautam Gambhir told what the young bowler has to develop
Indian captain Hardik Pandya (right) and Arshdeep Singh celebrate after taking the wicket of New Zealand's Devon Conway during the 1st T20 cricket match between India and New Zealand in Ranchi, Friday, January 27, 2023.

Young fast bowler Arshdeep Singh, who was India's highest wicket-taker in last year's ICC T20 World Cup, has come under attack for conceding runs, especially in the death overs, and giving no balls. The left-arm fast bowler has been scoring runs in the recent T20 matches. Since the T20 World Cup, Arshdeep's economy rate in T20 International has gone up to 10.24.

The special thing is that Arshdeep Singh took 39 wickets in his first 25 T20 International matches at an economy rate of 8.50. Former Indian cricket team opener Gautam Gambhir believes that this decline in Arshdeep's performance is due to a lack of pace variations. Gautam Gambhir said on Star Sports, 'You have to do something different in your hand. Be it a bouncer or a slower bouncer. A kind of variation.

Gambhir said, 'Unfortunately, he does not have the pace to trouble the batsmen. So he has to develop some variation. He is not Umran Malik, he is not Mohammad Siraj. So one thing they need to do. Try and keep it very simple and reduce your no balls, which is equally important.