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Sanju Samson issues big statement on his cricketing career and Rohit Sharma


A formidable presence in the arena of domestic cricket and the Indian Premier League (IPL), Sanju Samson, has experienced a tumultuous journey donning the national colours. Despite his dominance in the domestic circuit and stellar performances in the IPL, his foray into the Indian Cricket Team has been marked by a rollercoaster of emotions, alternating between the elation of inclusion and the disappointment of exclusion.

Recently, Samson opened up about his cricketing odyssey, reflecting on the myriad scenarios that have shaped his career. Moreover, the wicket-keeper batter offered thoughts on the esteemed Indian skipper, Rohit Sharma. This introspective glimpse into Samson’s cricketing journey provides a nuanced perspective on the challenges and triumphs accompanying a career on the international stage.

Sanju Samson on Rohit Sharma

Speaking in the podcast of a YouTube channel, Samson revealed that Rohit was among the first to approach him and engage in conversation by acknowledging his strong IPL performance. Still, the Nagpur-born cricketer humorously pointed out that he hit too many sixes against Mumbai Indians. Despite the playful comment, Rohit expressed genuine support and appreciation for Samson’s batting skills, establishing a positive and encouraging rapport between the two players.

Rohit Sharma was the first or second person who came to me and talked. He (Rohit) told me, ‘Hey Sanju, wassup. You performed well in the IPL but hit too many sixes against the Mumbai Indians. You bat really well,’ Samson was quoted as saying.

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Sanju on his cricket career

Samson further reflected on his cricket career, acknowledging that people often label him as the unlikeliest cricketer. However, the Kerela-based cricketer expressed a sense of accomplishment, noting that his current position in the cricket has surpassed his own expectations, mentioning that despite perceptions, he has achieved more than he initially believed possible in his cricketing journey.

People call me the unlikeliest cricketer, but where I’ve reached currently, it’s much more than what I thought I could,” the 29-year-old added.

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