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Arshdeep Singh to celebrate T20 World Cup 2024 triumph with fans in Chandigarh

Arshdeep Singh to celebrate T20 World Cup 2024 triumph with fans in Chandigarh

Arshdeep Singh. (Source – Twitter/X)

Arshdeep Singh, on his Instagram, announced that he will be arriving at Chandigarh Airport Road at 6:30 PM IST on July 6 to celebrate India’s T20 World Cup 2024 triumph with his family and fans.

The left-arm speedster played a pivotal role in India’s victorious campaign last month in the 20-team T20 World Cup in the West Indies and the USA. He finished as the joint-highest wicket-taker at the marquee event, scalping 17 wickets from eight games at an average of 12.65 and a strike rate of 10.59. In the summit clash against South Africa, Arshdeep bagged the crucial wickets of Quinton de Kock and Aiden Markram, as the Men in Blue won by just seven runs at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados.

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Since the Indian players returned home after their resounding success, fans have showered them with love. The open-bus parade, which was organised in Mumbai on July 4, drew a sea of euphoric fans, who greeted the players with affection.

Now, Arshdeep is set to soak in some more love from the fans, as he took to his social media handles to invite them to a grand celebration in Chandigarh.

“Excited to see everyone at 6:30 PM on Chandigarh Airport Road,” the 25-year-old pacer wrote on his Instagram story.

The fans are expected to turn up in numbers to greet their local hero, who was instrumental in India’s T20 World Cup-winning campaign.

‘Whenever I bowl, they close their eyes’: Arshdeep Singh reveals His parents’ ‘superstitions’

During a recent interview, Arshdeep explained his parents’ superstitions when he comes out to bowl. The Guna-born revealed that his parents close their eyes when he performs his craft. He went on to add that he respects their superstitions.

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“They keep their eyes shut when I bowl. I don’t know why. Who does these things when they are sitting in the stadium? My parents always say that whenever I bowl they close their eyes. I have told them what is the point of coming all this way. How would you get that feeling, what is going on in the match? I respect their superstitions. For them closing their eyes while I am bowling is their contribution. It gives them happiness,” Arshdeep told Indian Express during an interview.

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