IND vs BAN: Watch – Arshdeep Singh cheats on Litton Das with an absolute peach in New York

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Arshdeep Singh and Litton Das


India pacer Arshdeep Singh is having a great outing with the ball in the ongoing warm-up match against Bangladesh in the T20 World Cup 2024. The match between the teams is underway at the Nassau County Cricket Stadium in NY.

India opted to bat first and had a decent outing with the bat, scoring 182 runs on the board. With the ball, they got off to a good start, thanks to Arshdeep Singh, who oozed class with the new ball and troubled the batsmen with his front swing.

After removing Soumya Sarkar for a duck, Arshdeep Singh made sure to give his team another breakthrough. The fast bowler came up with a magnificent ball and removed Litton Das to draw second blood for Team India at the Nassau County Cricket Stadium in New York.

Arshdeep Singh bowled a backward backer from long length and trapped Litton Das at the crease. The batter was slow to lower the bat because he was also playing with an angle. The ball skimmed the inside edge and crashed into the top of the stump.

Here is the video:


Litton Das scored 6 runs off 8 balls and with his wicket, Bangladesh reeled at 7/2. In his first two overs, Arshdeep Singh gave away just 2 runs and conceded 3 runs, ensuring he took his team to a dream start at the Nassau County Cricket Stadium in New York.

After Arshdeep Singh’s exit, pacer Mohammed Siraj contributed. The pacer removed Bangladesh captain Najmul Hossain Shanto before Axar Patel and Hardik Pandya also chipped in to leave Bangladesh reeling at 41/5.

Rishabh Pant stars with bat as India posts total of 182 runs in warm-up game

India had a great outing with the bat after winning the toss. Captain Rohit Sharma (23) at the top looked in good touch and played some accurate shots before Rishabh Pant, who came to bat at number 3, scored a magnificent half-century.

Rishabh Pant scored 53 runs while Suryakumar Yadav (31) also managed to get some runs under his belt. In the middle, India struggled to get going as Shivam Dube (14) tried to score some runs but couldn’t as he passed away early.

Hardik Pandya in the end made sure to exude class with the bat. The all-rounder, who didn’t seem to have good contact with the bat in the IPL, played a brutal innings at the end. He scored an unbeaten 40 runs off 23 balls to take his team to a total of 182 runs on the board.