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Samson can become like Kohli – Ravi Shastri explains 

Samson can become like Kohli

Sanju Samson, the captain of the Rajasthan Royals, is one of the most exciting young cricketers in the world, but he has fallen short of the cricketing community’s expectations, particularly in international cricket. Samson has failed to deliver consistently on the big stage despite exhibiting glimpses of promise.

Despite acknowledging that Samson has matured, former India head coach Ravi Shastri advised the 27-year-old hitter to improve his discipline if he wants to score large like Virat Kohli. “I notice a sense of calmness in him this season when I look at him.

Maturity has crept up on me. I simply have a feeling he’ll have a great year this year. This season, I believe he will be a lot more consistent. He has a group of people around him who will help him feel at ease so that he can continue to play his natural game of attacking and scoring. During a conversation on ESPNCricinfo, Shastri stated.

Samson must work on his game

Shastri, on the other hand, was critical of Samson’s shot selection at times, noting that the player needs to work on it if he wants to develop his game. Shastri also gave Samson some advice, suggesting that he should strive to read the opposition bowlers like former India captain Virat Kohli, who has been leading the team to victory with his discipline and control.

“You’d want to see Samson boost the ante by reading the opposition a little more, followed by a shot selection. Which shots will be the most profitable, and you may expect that from that particular bowler. 

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Kohli is significantly more mature, disciplined, and in control in this area, which explains his higher grades. Sanju will get there if he can incorporate skill that into his game. He must read the opponent a little more than just seeing it and hitting it. He’s able to take off because he’s a pilot “He ended his message by signing off.

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