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IPL 2020: ‘If given opportunities, he would have won World Cups’ – Sreesanth’s huge statement on 25-year-outdated batsman


Sanju Samson has bought off to a unbelievable begin on this yr’s Indian Premier League within the UAE. The Kerala wicketkeeper-batsman smashed 74 runs in 32 balls for Rajasthan Royals of their first recreation of the season towards Chennai Super Kings. In RR’s second recreation of the season towards Kings XI Punjab, Samson smashed 85 runs in 42 balls to assist his crew chase down the document-breaking goal of 224. (IPL 2020 Full Coverage)

After Rajasthan Royals’ document-breaking win, Samson was extensively applauded for his efficiency by followers on Twitter. Congress MP from Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram, Shashi Tharoor, additionally took to Twitter to reward Samson.

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In his tweet, Tharoor referred to as Samson because the “next MS Dhoni”, an outline which didn’t go down too effectively with former India cricketer Gautam Gambhir and Kerala seamer S Sreesanth.

Sreesanth, in a reply to Tharoor, mentioned that Samson isn’t “next Dhoni” and may have been part of the crew since 2015.

“He is not next Dhoni .,he is @IamSanjuSamson the one and only.he should have been playing from 2015 regularly in all formats,” Sreesanth wrote.


“pls don’t compare him,if he had given right opportunities then ,he would have been playing like this for india and would have won world cups ..but,” Sreesanth added.

Meanwhile, Samson after his large efficiency towards Royals, opened up on a irritating 2019 by which he discovered himself out and in of the crew. “I think I have been hitting it well for the last one year. So I’m in the right frame of mind. I can see a change in my game and my fitness,” Samson informed the host broadcaster, Star, after the sport.

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“I was really fed up of myself last year. I had been trying very hard but things were not happening. Then I really went back to myself, did a bit of soul-searching and I really asked myself lots of different questions. Like, ‘What do I want to achieve in my life?’ and ‘Where do I want to reach until my cricket career finishes?’”

“I decided that I have ten more years to play this wonderful game, so I decided to just give my everything towards cricket and nothing else. My family, friends and everyone is really supportive and I’m really happy that I’m giving my whole energy towards cricket – and it’s giving back to me,” Samson mentioned.


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