Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson is not worried about failures and said he will continue to play his shots and continue to fight as he likes in the ongoing Indian Premier League.
Samson bubbled in the first game, which the Royals lost a bit to the Punjab Kings, but failed well against Delhi Capitals and the Chennai Super Kings on Monday night.
“Yes, in fact it continues to happen in this format of the game. I think IPL definitely requires a lot of risky shots. And I said before, when I succeeded, I took a lot of risks. That’s why I scored a hundred. So, it actually depends on the day, on the way you think, “Samson said at the post-match press conference after RR lost to CSK with 45 runs here on Monday night.
“I don’t really want to limit my shots, I want to keep firing and keep fighting the way I actually like to fight. So I accept a lot of failures along the way. So, I don’t bother to get out at all. , but at the same time I will definitely try to continue to contribute to the victory of my team in the next matches. “
He said the IPL is a long tournament and it is normal to fail in a few games. “The pressure to perform is always there. When you play IPL, the pressure is always there. Sometimes you succeed and sometimes you fail. I think IPL is a long format and you play 14 consecutive games, it’s perfectly normal not to succeed in a few games.
“(But) it’s always crucial to remember how good a team we are … So, we’re going to keep coming back and keep trying to win the upcoming games,” Samson said.
Samson said the chase on Monday night would have been easy if dew had come in.
“Looking at the previous games we played here or that we watched on TV, I think the first bowling has a bigger advantage than the second. So we chose to bowling first and actually limiting CSK to around 180 was a really good job from our bowling.
“I thought that if the dew came and the wicket calmed down a little, it would actually be an easy chase for us,” he added.
Asked about the order of the beating, the captain of RR supported Shivam Dube, who could not leave on Monday, for the decisive position No. 4.
“I think our batting order is very well set up. I think Shivam Dubet is a person who does well with rotation and pace. I think № 4 really suits him. It depends on the actual situation.
“I think he definitely did really well in the domestic season and I think he looks really good and we expect a lot of draws from him in the next games. David Miller is a really great finisher and one of the best cricket finalists.”