I want Sanju Samson to have every opportunity: Ravichandran Ashwin. Samson hit 36 from 38 deliveries in India’s first ODI against New Zealand.
Despite having a good season with the bat in the IPL 2022. Sanju Samson was never given a fair run in the Indian side. As Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik were favored over him, and the Kerala-born cricketer finally failed to make the squad for the T20 World Cup.
His absence from the starting XI against New Zealand in the T20I series has once again generated headlines. Meanwhile, India cricketer Ravichandran Ashwin has stated that he is looking forward to seeing Samson play. All of the matches because he is in fantastic form right now.
“With his (Sanju Samson’s) skill, if he doesn’t play, he would undoubtedly trend. ” I want Sanju Samson to have every opportunity. ” In fact, I remarked on my YouTube channel that I am looking forward to watching him play since he is in terrific form right now and performing beautifully,” Ashwin added.
Ashwin praises Hardik Pandya for handling the Sanju Samson matter in “Thala Dhoni” fashion.
The off-spinner also commented about Hardik Pandya’s leadership. specifically how pleased he is to see Pandya handle the Sanju Samson situation with ease.
“He (Samson) is a really interesting guy to watch, but because we went with a different combination, we weren’t able to play him as of now,” Hardik Pandya said. In fact, the press questioned him about not playing Sanju Samson. Hardik Pandya responded in Thala Dhoni fashion. He stated that my room door would always be open and that any gamer might walk in and talk to me. “It was refreshing to hear him talk so clearly,” Ashwin added.
“In fact, I’m not sure if he intended to say it in Thala Dhoni way since we all know Hardik is quite close to Thala Dhoni.” And he previously stated that Thala Dhoni has taught him a lot. He addressed a hard subject that is always circulating on social media admirably. So congratulations to Hardik,” the player continued.
Meanwhile, Samson saw action in India’s inaugural One-Day International against New Zealand at Eden Park. The 28-year-old hit 36 off 38 deliveries as India closed the 50-overs at 306/7. Shikhar Dhawan and Shubman Gill also blasted half-centuries, while Shreyas Iyer looked in great form, scoring 80 off 76 deliveries.