Sanju Samson Makes Big Statement On Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Capitals Match IPL 2022 RR vs DC | Sanju Samson: Captain Sanju Samson got angry after the match, told the biggest reason for the defeat against DC


Sanju Samson On Rajasthan Royals: Rajasthan Royals had to face defeat by 8 wickets in the match played against Delhi Capitals. This was the fifth defeat of Rajasthan Royals in this season. After this defeat of the team, Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson has given a big statement and has given the biggest reason behind the team’s defeat.

Samson told the big reason for the defeat

Expressing disappointment over the defeat, Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson said, ‘It has been a very disappointing night. We were short by a few runs and a few wickets. We should have scored 15 more runs in this match. While bowling there, we missed some catches and also hit a stump because the bails did not fall. Ravichandran Ashwin scored 50 runs in 38 balls for Rajasthan in this match. Devdutt Padikkal also played an innings of 48 runs.

Pant looked unhappy even after the win

Delhi Capitals (dc) captain Rishabh Pant said after winning the match that the match against Rajasthan was close but the fielding could have been a bit better. After the match, Pant said, ‘It was close to the perfect match because I believe there is always room for improvement. Our fielding could have been a little better. On a pitch like this where there is little turn, the result can go either way. He said, ‘I am happy that I bowled first. I thought 140-160 was a good score which I had said at the time of toss also. We reached there. Luck is always in your hands. You can give your 100 percent. But it was a close match.

Marsh is the hero of Delhi’s victory

Mitchell Marsh was adjudged the player of the match for his all-round performance, in addition to an innings of 89 runs, he also took two wickets for 25 runs in three overs. Fifties from Mitchell Marsh (89 runs) and opener David Warner (52 not out) and a 144-run partnership for the second wicket between the two helped Delhi Capitals beat Rajasthan Royals by eight wickets in 11 balls.



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