‘I want to play all formats but at the moment…’: T20 World Cup hero Arshdeep Singh arrives in hometown | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Arshdeep Singh, the left-arm fast bowler from India, received a grand reception upon his return to his hometown of Chandigarh. His fans and loved ones celebrated his arrival with traditional bhangra dance, flower garlands, and a lively procession.
Arshdeep’s outstanding performance in the recent T20 World Cup was instrumental in India’s victorious campaign.He emerged as the joint-highest wicket-taker of the tournament, claiming 17 wickets alongside Afghanistan’s Fazalhaq Farooqi.
“I want to play all formats but at the moment I just want to enjoy the moment and spend time with my family,” Arshdeep told PTI Videos while travelling in an open vehicle.

“I am feeling very happy. I thank everyone for giving me so much love,” added Arshdeep.
The streets of Chandigarh were filled with jubilant fans, proudly wearing their Team India jerseys and waving the national flag as they celebrated the arrival of Arshdeep. The young cricketer had just returned from Mumbai, where he participated in a victory parade alongside his teammates, following their triumphant win at the T20 World Cup.
In a nail-biting final held at Bridgetown, Barbados on Saturday, the Indian team, led by captain Rohit Sharma, secured a thrilling seven-run victory over South Africa. This remarkable achievement also marked India as the first team to win the T20 World Cup without suffering a single defeat throughout the tournament.
India celebrated a momentous victory as they clinched their first global title in over a decade and secured their second T20 World Cup win after a 17-year wait.
The team’s journey back home faced an unexpected hurdle when they found themselves stranded in Barbados due to the looming threat of hurricane Beryl.
Upon finally touching down in New Delhi via a chartered flight, the triumphant Men In Blue were honored with a grand reception hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself. The celebration took place over breakfast at the Prime Minister’s official residence at 7, Lok Kalyan Marg.
As the day progressed, the city of Mumbai witnessed an outpouring of love and support from fans. A massive crowd gathered along Marine Drive to welcome the team, cheering them on as they made their way to the Wankhede Stadium in an open bus, basking in the glory of their victory parade.

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