After absconding Pakistan’s terror, Simon Doull criticizes Arjun Tendulkar after a few matches in IPL 2023!

Former New Zealand cricketer Simon Doull who is now seen as a Cricket presenter and commentator recently stirred up a lot of heat in Pakistan during the PSL after criticizing Babar Azam’s strike rate. On live TV, Doull had a short argument with co-commentator and Pakistani great Aamir Sohail regarding the Strike rates and averages of famous Cricket entities.

Babar Azam fans turned up to the Kiwi’s hotel and in his own words Doull admitted that he was prevented from getting food and access to go outside. Leaving Pakistan felt like getting out from Jail were the words Simon Doull uttered as he found life again.

As of now he is on duty for IPL commentary and also sits down with a famous outlet to break down all the action. He recently spoke about how he feels about Arjun Tendulkar and said that the youngster is not good enough to bowl towards the death overs and mentioned Rohit Sharma knowing this thing too.

“The last thing you want to do to a young man is throw him on the heap after one bad game because he has actually done a pretty good job. I don’t think in all honesty, and I think Rohit Sharma knows he is not really a death bowler as of yet. He is not a guy they should be bowling in the last four or five. But he went to him to give him an opportunity and it cost them.” – Doull told to Cricbuzz. 

If we talk about Arjun Tendulkar’s performance then during their 6th match of the season against Punjab Kings, he was battered away by a 24-year-old English T20 World cup winner Sam Curran. Tendulkar ended up bowling the joint-expensive over of the IPL 2023.

Before him, Gujarat Titans’ Yash Dayal went for 31 runs in a final over scene while bowling to KKR Batter Rinku Singh. Arjun conceded the same runs against Sam Curran in one over as he ended up having figures of 1/48 in 3 overs. And this is something that Arjun will have to be aware about.

And it is just the beginning for him and he has a lot to improve on and he definitely will, at least for the sake of being a “Tendulkar”.