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IPL 2021: Sanju Samson told, after hitting a stormy century in the first match, the reason for the flop in the next 2 matches

Last updated on Tuesday, 11:06 AM | April 20, 2021

Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson is not bothered by the failures and said that he will continue to bat in his natural style in the IPL. Samson played a blistering century in the first match. In this match, Rajasthan suffered a close defeat at the hands of the Punjab Kings. After this, Samson’s bat could not play against Delhi Capitals and Chennai Super Kings.

After Rajasthan’s 45-run defeat at the hands of Chennai, Samson said that this actually happens in this format of the game. I believe it is important to play risky shots in the IPL. I had also said earlier that when I got success, I took a lot of risk. This is the reason why I hit a century. So it depends on that day and your mindset.

He said that in reality I do not want to curb my shot. I want to play my shots and continue batting in the same way that I like. Therefore, I also accept the failures in my path. I am not worried about getting out, but I also want to contribute to the team’s victory in the upcoming matches.

He said that the IPL is a long-term tournament and it is normal for some matches to fail. Samson said that there is always pressure to perform well. When you play in the IPL, there is pressure. On some occasions you get success and on some occasions you fail.

He said that the IPL is a long-term tournament and you have to play 14 matches in a row. In such a situation, it is normal to fail in some matches. Regarding the batting order, he said that it is important for Shivam Dubey to bat at number four. He said that I think the batting order is very good. Shivam Dubey is such a batsman who plays spin and fast bowling well. Number four is a favorable place for them. Actually, it depends on the circumstances.

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