Yesterday, BCCI announced Team India squad for West Indies. Sanju Samson made his comeback in the Indian team after four years against Bangladesh but didn’t get a chance to play a single match and now BCCI dropped him from the team. Cricket Fans has criticized BCCI for this. Sanju Samson is playing for Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League.
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After Sanju Samson Snub from Team India, Rajasthan Royals comes up With a Cryptic Tweet, “#gonnatellmykids this is how Sanju Samson destroys bowling attacks. 💪@IamSanjuSamson | #HallaBol | #RoyalsFamily”
— Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) November 21, 2019
#Sanju don't let your hope down man you deserve a chance and you will get it. Have faith in God👍👍👍
When that chance arises shut down all those who have been biased with you with the Bat…#StayStrongSanju#SanjuSamson #Macha Plz don't let down your morale…🙏🙏🙏
— Rahul Gurjar (@cricketInfinite) November 22, 2019
As a wicketkeeper, I’ve been shuffled around a lot: Sanju Samson
“As a wicketkeeper, I’ve been shuffled around a lot. I get selected to the IPL team or India A or even Kerala and sometimes the management says I have to field [instead of keeping]. And I think: are you serious? (laughs) Because everyone wants me to keep and be picked for the Indian team as a wicketkeeper. But I don’t want to impose myself. I’m happy to field for the team. In the IPL, they felt I’m a much better fielder than I am a keeper because I move around and take good catches,” Sanju Samson told ESPNcricinfo in an interview.
“I said, okay. I can’t really tell them I have an Indian selection [pending]. So whatever the team demands, I’ll do it. I think I’m a really good fielder too, so if they want to play me as a batsman, I can do that. I can move around quickly in the field. If they want me to keep, I can keep too. I’ve been keeping regularly for my stateside in one-day cricket for the last three to four years.”
“The results in cricket keep varying. If you’re batting well, you’re only allowed to succeed once or twice. But when you succeed, you have to make it big”