Kerala youngster Sanju Samson is strictly making his mark in IPL 2018 with unbeatable batting and with deep focus, He made 92 out of 45 balls for Rajasthan Royals (RR) where the opponent team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) had to pay a lot with his excellence.
Samson, an asset to the team:
Samson’s performance was an unexpected achievement which is reflected in the match.He beats Nitish Rana’s record of most runs in an Indian Premier League which s a rare scene in matches like IPL.
Earlier Rana scored 62 out of 34 balls without hitting a single four against Kings XI Punjab in April 2017. Rana’s knock helped Mumbai hit Punjab by eight wickets at the Holkar Stadium last year. India and France tie up to explore space.
On 15th of April 2018, Samson broke Rana’s record by reaching the score of 65 without a four. He then hit Englishman Chris Woakes for another six to reach 71, having not hit a four. However, the run came to an end in the very next ball as Samson hit his first four of the match.Samson’s next and final four of the match came in the next ball.He hit two sixes in the final by making 217 for 4 for Rajasthan. Follow us on Facebook.
Samson gets a second place:
In the end, he hit 10 sixes and two fours in his innings. On the way, he could make another record of the second most batsmen to hit 10 sixes in any sub-100 innings in the IPL. Andre Russell’s 11 sixes in his unbeaten 88 against Chennai Super Kings are the highest.Sanju Samson takes his life to a different angle by giving his best and proved himself in IPL, match by match the player is leaving his impression that even he is the worlds best player.samson’s burning desire might help the team further to a maximum extent, The players focus, dedication and hard work are reflected in the matches.
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