Indian Premier League: Nobody Can Be Like MS Dhoni, Says Rajasthan Royals Captain Sanju Samson | Cricket Newsnewstolive - April 3, 2021 30 0 COMMENTS
IPL 2021: MS Dhoni hits a shot throughout a fixture within the Indian Premier League.© BCCI/IPL
MS Dhoni is thought to be one of the crucial profitable captains not solely on the worldwide stage, but in addition within the IPL. But Rajasthan Royals skipper Sanju Samson wish to be himself as he is aware of no person might be just like the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) captain. Samson will lead Rajasthan Royals within the 2021 IPL season because the franchise parted methods with final version skipper Steve Smith forward of the public sale. “I don’t think anyone can be like MS Dhoni. I would like to be myself. Sanju Samson will be good enough,” the Rajasthan Royals web site quoted Samson as saying.
Rajasthan Royals might need completed on the backside of the desk however they had been solely two factors behind the third and fourth-ranked workforce, such was the extreme competitors on the earth’s finest T20 league in 2020.
Samson thanked followers for supporting the Royals in the course of the topsy turvy journey and promised to deliver smiles again on their faces on this 12 months’s IPL.
“I would like to thank each and every fan out there for supporting our team and being with us no matter what. I’ll make sure that we play some good cricket for you guys and bring a smile on your faces. Thanks a lot, guys,” mentioned Samson.
Rajasthan Royals purchased South Africa all-rounder Chris Morris for Rs 16.25 crore, making him the most costly participant on the mini-auction in February.
The Royals additionally added Bangladesh left-armer Mustafizur Rehman to their fast-bowling arsenal for the season and picked India all-rounder Shivam Dube to bolster the lower-order.
“I think our team management did a fantastic job in the auction and we got almost every player we wanted. Each and every player’s role is going to be crucial in this season,” mentioned Samson.
IPL will start on April 9 with Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Mumbai Indians locking horns within the event opener. Rajasthan Royals will play their first sport on April 12 in opposition to Punjab Kings in Mumbai.
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