Sanju Samson could not have called for a better effort from his pacers in Rajasthan Royals’ six-wicket victory, though Eoin Morgan was disappointed with his side’s batting performance in the IPL in Mumbai on Saturday. After restricting the opponents to 133 for nine, the Royals easily chased down a respectable 134-run mark for their second victory of the season. In his team’s victory, Samson hit a calculated 42-run innings.
“Actually, it was fantastic. The bowlers, both young and old, have performed admirably in the last four or five matches. It’s a pleasure for me to lead them “At the post-match presentation ceremony, Samson said.
Chris Morris, who dominated with a four-wicket haul, “we could see in his eyes that he wanted the rivalry to get big batsmen out,” he said.
Samson said that he does not enter the crease with a particular “mindset.”
“I just want to keep loving my batting,” he says, “but nowadays I play to the situation and strive to help my team win games.”
Morgan emphasised the importance of having fun while playing.
“It is better if one’s mind is clear. At the end of the day, one man must be able to play free-flowing cricket. Two teams struggling to gain traction in the tournament, and we dropped two crucial points “he said