This is the reason Sanju Samson was dropped in the second ODI despite batting well in the first ODI
Team India’s wicket-keeper batsman Sanju Samson is constantly being ignored. Let us tell you that in the first match of the three-match ODI series being played against New Zealand, Sanju got a place in the playing XI, but in the second ODI, Shikhar Dhawan ignored Sanju Samson and showed the way out of the playing XI. In such a situation, the fans are very furious to see Sanju being out of the team, but why Sanju Samson did not get a place in the second ODI, we are telling you through this article….
IND vs NZ: Sanju was dropped from the second ODI due to this big reason
In fact, in the second ODI being played between India and New Zealand, Team India captain Shikhar Dhawan made two important changes in his playing XI. Let us tell you that Dhawan showed the way out of the playing XI to Team India’s wicket-keeper batsman Sanju Samson, while in his place Deepak Hooda got a place in the team. Apart from this, Deepak Chahar was given a chance in place of Shardul. But the decision to constantly ignore Sanju Samson has left fans fuming on social media.
Let us tell you that the biggest reason for Sanju’s exclusion from the playing XI is that the Indian team lacked a sixth bowler in the last match, so the team management included Deepak Hooda in the team, not repeating the previous mistake, because he was the sixth bowler. Can make up for the lack of bowler. For this reason, despite batting well in the last match, Sanju Samson could not get a chance in the playing XI.
Sanju Samson scored 36 runs in the first ODI against New Zealand
Let us tell you that Team India’s wicket-keeper batsman Sanju Samson played an inning of 36 runs in 38 balls in the first ODI against New Zealand. This innings of his was at a crucial juncture, he played a good partnership with Shreyas Iyer. But he was ignored despite this performance. At the same time, Rishabh Pant was dismissed after scoring just 15 runs in the first ODI, but still Dhawan has given him a chance in the second ODI.