‘Orry da pra- Chorrryyyy’- Indian star pacer shares funny Instagram story amid selection chatters

In the midst of selection speculations and pressures, a funny video of Arshdeep Singh and Mandeep Singh has gained widespread attention. In the video, Arshdeep playfully labels Mandeep as the cousin brother of the social media influencer Orry-Chorrryyyy.

Sarah Andrew
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India is set to face the inexperienced Afghanistan in a three-match home T20I series that will commence on 11th January in Mohali. This will be the Indian team’s last international assignment before the highly anticipated T20 World Cup in June which will be held in the West Indies and the United States.

Although there are still some months left for the coveted tournament, India is scheduled to play a five-match test series against England at home which will be followed by IPL, so is the Indian team’s last opportunity to sort out the team combination and fine-tune their squad for the T20 World Cup.

Among the World Cup probables, Arshdeep Singh is one of the prominent bowling options who is in the race to feature in the Indian playing XI of the 2024 World Cup. Being a left-handed swing bowler, he brings variety in the Indian pace attack and was one of the prominent bowlers in the Indian pace attack in the 2022 T20 World Cup in the absence of Jasprit Bumrah.

Singh will be arriving at Mohali to take part in the series against Afghanistan and it will be an audition for him to cement his place in the T20 squad by performing well as this time he will face tough competition from Mukesh Kumar and Deepak Chahar.

Arshdeep Singh’s funny social media story 

However, amid all the speculations and pressure, a funny video of Arshdeep Singh has gone viral with Mandeep Singh, where he sarcastically refers to him as the cousin brother of social media influencer Orry- Chorrryyyy. 

Arshadeep Singh is perceived as a fun-loving guy and is known for his fun-loving and humorous status on social media.

Rohit and Kohli are back for the Afghanistan series

In the upcoming Afghanistan series, the selectors have opted to maintain the existing lineup, choosing not to tackle the obvious issue of selecting Rohit Sharma and  Virat Kohli for their first T20 series in 14 months. This decision has evoked a varied reaction within the cricketing community. 

Supporters of these two stalwarts are delighted, while critics argue that the selectors should have introduced fresh talent into the squad instead of recalling the experienced players. Whether this turns out to be a fruitful decision or not remains to be seen, and only time will provide the answer.  

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