December3 , 2021

IPL 2021: RR Captain Sanju Samson Says- It Was Very Disappointing To Not Find A Place In Team India For T20 World Cup

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IPL 2021: In the second phase of IPL 2021, the teams of Punjab Kings and Rajasthan Royals will be face to face tomorrow. Rajasthan captain Sanju Samson has given a big statement before the match, saying that he is very disappointed with not getting a place in Team India for the upcoming T20 World Cup. Sanju said that playing the World Cup for India has always been his dream and he is disappointed at not being included in the squad. At the same time, he also said that, at the moment this is not the time to regret, but at this time he has to keep his mind in focus and perform better for his team in IPL.

Sanju said, “Now that Team India has been selected for the T20 World Cup, this thing will not distract me any more. Now I can put all my focus and energy in this second phase of IPL. Although I agree It was very frustrating for me not to make a place in Team India. Playing World Cup for India is every player’s biggest dream and I too have been waiting for it to be fulfilled for a long time.

At the same time, he said, “As it is always said that the selection in the team is not in the hands of the players, so at this time it is important that you focus on what is in your control as a player. This maturity needs to be shown.”

Failure of Sri Lanka tour became the reason for Sanju not being selected

No one has any doubt about Sanju’s talent. If there is anything lacking in his game, it is consistency. 26-year-old Sanju Samson batted well in the first phase of IPL played in India. But in the three T20 match series played on the tour of Sri Lanka, Sanju was able to score only 34 runs at a simple average of 11.33 and in the end his performance proved to be a hindrance in the selection for the T20 World Cup.

Sanju has said that his team will play this second phase of the tournament with the attitude of ‘do or die’. He said, “Last year we finished eighth in the IPL played in UAE. Our goal this year is to win this championship. For this we have to focus on our process and preparation. We only have one thing at a time. Have to think about the match.” At the same time, he said, “We have come prepared to throw everything on the field. No matter which team is in front, we will play our cricket with fearless attitude.”

RR’s team occupies the fifth position in the points table.

In the IPL points table, RR’s team occupies the fifth place with six points from seven matches. The team had won three matches in the first phase of IPL played in India, while it had to face defeat in four matches. If the team wins four out of their remaining seven matches, then they can easily qualify for the playoffs.

RR’s team will play its first match of the second phase against Punjab Kings tomorrow. If they win this match, then they and Mumbai Indians will have equal points and Rajasthan will also have a chance to occupy the fifth place on the points table, leaving behind Mumbai.

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