‘It’s easier to catch…’: Sanju Samson’s stern message to Rajasthan Royals pacers | Cricket News


New Delhi: In a tight IPL encounter, Rajasthan Royals faced a tough challenge from the Punjab Kings bowlers, who used clever variations of pace on the challenging Mullanpur pitch in Chandigarh on Saturday.
Despite a modest target of 148, the Royals faced huge obstacles between Punjab's disciplined bowlers and the difficult playing surface.
However, despite the challenges posed by the Punjab bowlers and the difficult pitch, the Royals demonstrated resilience and determination to overcome the obstacles. Through determined efforts and effective partnerships, they managed to reach the target, eventually scoring 152 runs for seven wickets.
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Royals, who won 5 out of 6 games to finish on top, returned to winning ways after losing to Gujarat Titans in their last encounter.
captain of the royals sanju samsonHowever, he was not very happy with the way he fielded, especially on one occasion when he was caught in a collision with a fast bowler Avesh Khan While looking for a skier, the two eventually mess it up.
“(High-catch) We had some fun examples last year and this year. But I'm really happy that everyone is eager to catch it. I would be very sad if people stayed away and didn't catch it. It's really It gets a little tough in – the stadium is full of noise and when people call, we are looking at the ball, we can't see who is coming, I have to tell my fast bowlers to hold the ball. A bit easier with gloves instead of hands,” Samson said in the post-match conversation.
“We were all (stressed) during the run-chase. Games against Punjab in the last 3-4 years, every game was very close, very fun feeling. They were bowling really well, it was a fun game. ( On) Hetmyer) He has been doing this for years. He has a lot of experience, a bit of composure and some confidence about his skills – he has won games many times.
Tanush is an interesting young man. He came in as an all-rounder, he had a great Ranji Trophy season with Mumbai and is performing well. He is impressing the entire coaching staff and everyone in the nets. “We had a proper, settled batting order after the openers, we didn't want to destabilize it and then bring someone up just for one game,” Samson said.
“Jos is almost ready for the next game, so we wanted to try him higher up the order. It was great to see him (Jaiswal) spending some time in the middle, scoring 30s and 40s. That's what this tournament has taught me. ” Over the last 10 years – never take it for granted. In the last game, we did some really good things and we lost. Today, we made a few more mistakes and we won the game, so we'd like to keep our heads down and just process,” Samson concluded.

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