Indian Wicket-Keeper Sanju Samson has all the rights to be disappointed with the selection committee of the Indian Cricket Team.
The young wicket-keeper batsman from Kerala has been in the Indian team since the heartbreaking loss against New Zealand in the semi-finals of the cricket world cup.
Sanju who played his first international match game after a gap of 5 year started his comeback trail with a six but got out the very next ball. Samson was hence dropped from the New Zealand series .
Sanju is currently with the A team touring New Zealand for the emerging tour and would like to play well in order to get his due and would like to make a long lasting impact on the selectors.
Samson is considered as one of the finest wicket-keepers in the country with the likes of Ishan Kishan, Rishabh Pant and Kona Srikar Bharat.
Overall, Sanju Samson has played only 2 T20Is despite making his debut in 2015. Rishabh Pant, meanwhile, has played 11 Tests, 16 ODIs and 28 T20 Internationals since his debut in 2017.
Indian Cricketers have resorted to heartbreaking cryptic tweets in the recent times with the recent one being of Ambati Rayudu responded to his sacking with a 3D glasses tweet and now Sanju Samson has chosen to express himself with a comma!
Not a full stop, a comma!
And this comma has gone viral with over 11,000 likes and 1.5 retweets.
— Sanju Samson (@IamSanjuSamson) January 16, 2020
In the past, off spinner Harbhajan Singh had also backed Sanju Samson and wanted the selectors to give him game time and get him into the playing eleven. Lok Sabha MP Shashi Tharoor tweeted to express his disappointment over Samson’s omission from the West Indies T20Is and ODIs, Harbhajan Singh responded by tweeting that the selectors were testing his heart and urged BCCI president Sourav Ganguly to bring in stronger people in the selection committee.