This player of Team India will captain in IPL, father left police job to make cricketer


new Delhi: Indian wicket-keeper batsman Sanju Samson will be seen captaining for the first time in the IPL this year. Rajasthan Royals released Steve Smith from the team this year and appointed Sanju Samson as the new captain. 26-year-old wicketkeeper batsman Sanju Samson has played 7 T20 Internationals for Team India. Although his performance has been very ordinary. Due to this, his brightness faded in front of Rishabh Pant.

Sanju outperformed in IPL

Sanju Samson has scored 83 runs in 7 T20 Internationals at an average of 11.86. Talking about IPL, Sanju Samson has performed better. Sanju Samson has scored 2584 runs in 107 IPL matches at an average of 27.78. Sanju Samson’s best score is 102 runs. Sanju Samson has scored two centuries in the IPL and he has also scored 13 half-centuries.

Father left police job to make cricketer

His father Vishwanath Samson has had a big hand in making Sanju Samson a successful cricketer. To make Sanju Samson a cricketer, his father Vishwanath Samson had even left the police job. Sanju Samson did not get a place in Team India for the ODI and T20 series against England this time. Sanju Samson would like to join Team India once again after performing better in IPL.


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