Sports desk , Edited By: Roshni Singh , Updated on: 05 Jan 2023, 06:27:32 PM
Sanju Samson (Photo Credits: Sanju Instagram)
Sanju Samson Team India: Team India’s wicket-keeper batsman Sanju Samson has been ruled out of the T20 series against Sri Lanka. He was injured during the first match played in Mumbai. After which he is out of the second and third matches. Sanju Samson has shared the post on social media after being ruled out of the series against Sri Lanka. In the caption of this post, he wrote, ‘All is well, will meet you soon’. This social media post of Sanju Samson is becoming increasingly viral. In the absence of Rishabh Pant, he had a golden opportunity to prove himself. But now he is out of the series due to injury.
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Please tell that Sanju Samson is not a part of the ODI team against Sri Lanka. After Sri Lanka, New Zealand team will come on Indian tour. T20 and ODI matches will be played between the two teams. However, the team against New Zealand has not been announced yet. Sanju Samson’s fans will pray that he gets a chance in the team against New Zealand.
sanju samson injury update
According to the BCCI, after the first T20 match against Sri Lanka, Sanju Samson’s injury was scanned in Mumbai. After which the medical team advised Sanju Samson to rehab and rest. At the same time, the medical team told that Sanju Samson will take the next 4-6 weeks to recover from the injury. Significantly, Team India will play the ODI series against Sri Lanka after the T20 series. After this, Team India will play domestic T20 and ODI series against New Zealand. The first T20 match between India and New Zealand will be played on 27 January.
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First Published : 05 Jan 2023, 06:27:32 PM
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