IPL 2021 Sanju Samson Rajasthan Royals captain Team India Wicketkeeper | This Team India player will be captain in IPL, his father left his post as a police officer to become a cricketer

New Delhi: Indian wicket batsman Sanju Samson will be seen captain of the IPL for the first time this year. Rajasthan Royals released Steve Smith from the squad this year and appointed Sanju Samson as the new captain. 26-year-old wicket-keeper batsman Sanju Samson has played 7 international T20 matches for the Indian team. Although his performance was very ordinary. For this reason, its brightness faded in front of the Rishabh pants.

Sanju outperformed in IPL

Sanju Samson scored 83 points in 7 T20 internationals with an average of 11.86. Speaking of IPL, Sanju Samson performed better. Sanju Samson scored 2,584 points in 107 IPL games with an average of 27.78. Sanju Samson’s best score is 102 points. Sanju Samson marked two centuries in the IPL and he also marked 13 half centuries.

Father quit his job as a police officer to play cricketer

His father Vishwanath Samson was instrumental in making Sanju Samson a successful cricketer. To make Sanju Samson a cricketer, his father Vishwanath Samson even left the post of police officer. Sanju Samson did not secure a spot in Team India for the ODI and T20 series against England this time around. Sanju Samson would like to join Team India again after performing better in IPL.

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