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Kuldeep Sen shares a special moment with his mother, Rajasthan share heartwarming post

By BetBarter Staff

June 4, 2022

The Rajasthan team had a brilliant season in the Indian T20 League 2022. They managed to reach the final with some excellent performances, but fell short of getting their hands on the trophy. Throughout the season, they had numerous outstanding performances by several individuals, some of which came from young players.

A young player from the team that caught everyone’s attention was Kuldeep Sen. The 25-year old came into the limelight in his debut game against Lucknow. In the last over, the captain put his trust in him to defend 15 runs, which he did effectively. He then went on to play a few more games for the franchise and did well.

The Rajasthan team’s official Instagram account has now shared a photo of Sen and his mother with all of his season’s awards. “What’s better than making your mom proud?” read the caption of the post.

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The pacer represented the team in seven matches this season, picking eight wickets. He also had a four-wicket haul to his name. However, his economy of 9.4 was on the higher side. He would want to work on that in the future seasons, and get better at it.

In the meantime, Rajasthan were the runner-up in the Indian T20 League 2022. They lost the final match against Gujarat by seven wickets. In the match, the men in pink never had a decent partnership while batting first. Except for Jos Buttler, nobody could perform well with the bat. They only managed 130 runs, with Buttler scoring 39 of them.

Trying to defend the small total, they got a couple of early wickets, but they couldn’t do much after that. Hardik Pandya, Shubman Gill, and David Miller performed admirably to win the match for Gujarat.

Notably, this was Rajasthan’s first appearance in a final since their title-winning campaign back in the 2008 season. The Sanju Samson-led team would have wanted to do better in the game that mattered the most.