Kumar Sangakkara inspires with Sanju Samson’s captaincy in IPL 2021. Rajasthan Royals Director of Cricket Kumar Sangakkara recently praised captain Sanju Samson. Also, for keeping things clean, simple, and direct as the captain. The former Sri Lanka captain went on to suggest that Samson does well. When he sticks to his natural game.
Sangakkara is pointed out how the youngster. He was handed the captaincy of the team under a challenging situation. He also seemed confident about Samson’s future. As captain of the opening Indian Premier League champions. Kumar Sangakkara inspires the Sri Lankan veteran with his impressive captaincy. Despite not having a full-strength squad at his transfer.
“I really think Sanju Samson does well when he’s Sanju Samson. He’s a very impressive cricketer and a very bright young man. He’s got a balanced head on his shoulders, and I like the way he keeps everything very simple, clear, and direct. His captaincy was very impressive given he had to take over at a tough time without a full-strength squad. So we’ll keep talking to him and supporting him to make sure he’s excelling in his game and is going to be an excellent captain for the franchise,” said Sangakkara.
Sanju Samson outstandingly replaced Steve Smith. As Rajasthan Royals’ captain ahead of the Indian Premier League 2021. The team management charge the wicketkeeper-batsman. Also, with reviving their team’s fortunes after they finished. As well as the wooden spooners in the previous season of the league.
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Sangakkara also admires left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat for his hard work. Also, a determined the player for coming up performance during the first phase of IPL 2021.
Earlier this year, I was particularly impressed with Jaydev Unadkat because we all know that he has gone through some difficult phases in his career. But I think he really stepped up during the first phase of IPL 2021. His bowling was outstanding and that just goes to show that you can come back from a setback and start doing well if you put in the work,” said Sangakkara.