Sanju Samson says “I am not going to think if I get out what’s going to happen” in the Indian Premier League. Captain Sanju Samson has said that he doesn’t feel any additional pressure being the senior batter. Moreover, the group within the absence of Jos Buttler and Ben Feeds. Samson calculates all the pressure reduces once he enters the ground. And then it’s all about handling the bowlers.
Rajasthan Royals were managed a serious blow. Before the beginning of the second phase of the Indian Premier League with Stokes and Buttler pulling out. This has left them with a moderately young batting unit. Talking to the Khaleej Times, Sanju Samson expressed that. Also, he doesn’t think about what is reaching to happen. If he gets out while batting within the center.
“Once you are inside the ground, there are situations to deal with, there are bowlers to deal with. If there is a bowler you have to hit out of the park, you have to hit him out of the park. I am not going to think about who is going to come up next or if I get out, what’s going to happen. The risk is very high in this format, so at the same time, the reward is also very nice,” Sanju Samson said.
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The wicketkeeper-batter accepts that the T20 arrange is high-risk. Most rewarded game and he has continuously enjoyed taking risks. Samson said his power to captaincy hasn’t changed about his approach in one bit.
“I think the risk is worth taking, my game has been the same, it should remain the same actually. The captaincy should never change the way I play. I would like to go out and dominate few matches, I might get out and I might win few matches, so that’s as simple as that,” Sanju Samson.