Arshdeep Singh’s early career in Indian cricket has been amazing. Team India didn’t consider Arshdeep until the IPL 2022 when they were trying to rebuild their T20 International team a year ago. Soon after receiving his maiden India cap a few weeks later, there was no looking back. He was not only selected for the World Cup team but is now one of India’s key players in the competition. Rahul Dravid’s startling comparison of the young player to Jasprit Bumrah before the third ODI match against New Zealand sparked a response from Arshdeep earlier this month during the T20 World Cup.

Before the important T20 World Cup match against Bangladesh, Dravid was asked about the ascent of Arshdeep. The renowned batter stated that he had been very impressed when he contrasted Arshdeep’s progress to that of Bumrah.

Unquestionably, one of our guys, Bums (Bumrah), was slated to bowl two of those (final five) overs. The growth of the young Arshdeep over the last six months has greatly inspired us “Having said, he.

I would say that Arshdeep was on the list of bowlers I had in mind when I initially took over in November (last year), but he had surely never participated in an IPL of that kind. He was successful in one IPL. But his subsequent development demonstrates that he has forced his way in and done wonderfully. That is very motivating to watch.”

Arshdeep was questioned by the media on Dravid’s statement before the third One-Day International matchup against New Zealand.

He said, “Normally players don’t worry about all these things since we love this sport and we want to enjoy our time while playing for the squad. I don’t think about how difficult or easy it was. Additionally, when I do well, I feel good about myself. I never entered to want to be the primary bowler. I often simply pay attention to the next contest.