Indian cricketer Sanju Samson, who plays for the Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier Leauge, came with a good strike into the Indian Premier League, he could become the best player in the Indian cricket.
Samson was 16-year-old when his debut T20 for Kerala few year ago and now in a part of an IPL team. The youngster’s outlook well known when he made half-century batting in No. 3 for Rajasthan Royals was his second game.
The shocking issue that got pressure to him in 2015 and 2016 season of IPL, but on Tuesday he took a step to put those memories back that set up Delhi Daredevils biggest win over RPS by 97 runs.
On Tuesday, after the match over, the 22-year-old Samson said at the post-match press conference, “I am very happy about this day. It’s one of the special days of my life. Every cricketer here in India, his dream is to play for Indian team, which is the world’s best cricket team.”
“So if you want to get into it, you have to be something special, you have to do something special. So I’m happy that I played one inning but there’s a long way to go.”
Samson was brought by Delhi Daredevils in the year 2016 and played 14 matches and finished with an unimpressive strike-rate of 112.
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The Kerala cricket team player said to iplt20.com “I think Rahul Dravid, Zubin Bharucha, Paddy Upton and each member of the team who has supported me throughout. Last IPL season was not a great season for me, but they supported me throughout and I dedicate this knock to them.
He added, “I was 17 when I was with the Rajasthan Royals and since then I have been working with Dravid and feel very blessed to be learning under his guidance. Not too many people get this chance and I feel I am extremely lucky to have him around and guide me.”
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Samson said on Tuesday night about lows that helped profile the person he was. “You need to have bad times to learn what life is about, I think. If you keep on achieving success, I think, you do not learn.”
He added, “If you do mistakes in cricket, or if you do mistakes in life, you learn from it and you become a better person. I think my past has helped me become a better cricketer and a better human being.”