Sanju Viswanath Samson is one of the most sparkling stars in the Indian cricketing skyline. The wicket-manager batsman overflows class and talent when he takes the gatekeeper in the center. Even though some extreme rivalry in the Indian side has escaped him, Samson is one of the most complete wicket-guardian batsmen in the circuit.
About Sanju Samson
Sanju started his vocation in Delhi where his dad was positioned as a Police Constable. Be that as it may, he moved to Thiruvananthpuram and began causing a ripple effect with his conservative yet apathetic game. His unique strategy joined with a capacity to time the ball initially acquired him a spot in Kerala’s U-19 group. He also got a reliable excursion in the Cooch Behar Trophy (domestic U-19 title) that raised him into India’s group for the U-19 Asia Cup in 2012.
Sanju Samson made his 5-star debut for the Kerala Ranji group on 3 November 2011. His debut match was against Vidarbha at the high school, age 17. He scored two hundreds and a fifty in all five appearances the following season.
After a great Ranji Trophy debut season, Sanju Samson was selected by Kolkata Knight Riders. He didn’t get an opportunity to play for them and at last, went to Rajasthan Royals in 2013, where showed all his talent.
For a very long time, Sanju turned into an essential piece of Rajasthan Royals’ batting line up. When Rahul Dravid was coaching the Royals in IPL-7, he praised Samson. He mentioned Samson as one of the most significant players of the team.
The Rajasthan Royals held Sanju for the 2015 IPL season. The team performed well in the tournament, getting into the knockout stage. Sanju Samson couldn’t translate his motivation in good performances. He recorded just a single 50 in 15 games played.
The main boost in career
In 2016, when RR was chopped out from the IPL, Samson was purchased by the Delhi Daredevils. He didn’t baffle his new establishment as in 2017 he finished as Delhi’s third most elevated run-getter.
Sanju scored his first T20 century in IPL 2017. It came against the Rising Pune Supergiant on 11 April 2017 at Maharastra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune. At the point when Rajasthan returned the IPL in January 2018, he was immediately purchased by the team for Rs. 8 Crores in the IPL auction. On 29 March 2019, Sanju Samson scored his second IPL century against Sunrisers Hyderabad. He was 102 of only 55 balls. It included ten fours and four sixes. Sanju was chosen first in the 17-man crew to play against England in 5 ODIs and a T20 in 2014, but didn’t get an opportunity to begin in the Playing XI.