Every cricketer loves to play for the country, in fact it is the dream that they see from their childhood days. So it is kind of obvious that a player will get dishearten if he is dropped from the national team without even getting sufficient chances to prove his worth.
Something of this sort has been happening with the Indian player Sanju Samson. The Kerala cricketer who plays for Rajasthan Royals in the IPL last played for India in the year 2015 but suddenly he was back in the national scene as his name was included in the team selected for three match T20I series against Bangladesh and he was also in the squad which defeated Sri Lanka by 2-0.
However, his name is not included in the team which is selected for the tour of New Zealand where India is going to play five match T20I series. This has certainly disappointed Sanju Samson who scored a double century in the 50 over match in the Vijay Hazare tournament in September last year.
Sanju is quite unhappy with the manner in which he has been dropped and he expressed his unhappiness on the micro-blogging site Twitter with a cryptic post in which he wrote just a comma.
Here is the tweet:
This comma certainly talks about the dilemma that he is facing regarding his career. Many Indian cricket fans are also not happy with the fact that Sanju is not given adequate chances despite the fact that Rishabh Pant has failed to prove himself even after getting many chances and that not just behind the wickets but with the bat as well.
Sanju didn’t played a single match in the Bangladesh series even after being included in the team and then he was dropped for West Indies, it was Shikhar Dhawan’s injury because of which Sanju was called back in the team against Sri Lanka.
This is how netizens reacted to the tweet of Sanju Samson:
They don't want competition brother.
This is so called politics
Why don't u Serv a glass of wine to @RaviShastriOfc then only u can get chance to play for #TeamIndia
Bettt luck next time #sanju#INDvsAUS @BCCI @imVkohli @ImRo45
What is your opinion regarding the post made by Sanju Samson and why do you think Rishabh Pant is getting so many chances?