Yashasvi Jaiswal, IPL 2023: Sanju Samson drowned himself taking Yashasvi Jaiswal with him, painful end!

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New Delhi, In the 48th match of IPL, Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson made such a mistake which caused huge loss to his team. In the match played in Jaipur sanju samson He first got Yashasvi Jaiswal run out and in the very next over he made a childish mistake and gave away his wicket. Jaiswal got out after scoring just 14 runs against Gujarat Titans while Sanju Samson scored 30 runs.

Yashasvi Jaiswal’s wicket fell in the sixth over, he was run out. Sanju Samson played a cut shot off Rashid Khan. The ball missed the point fielder and in such a short time Yashasvi tried to take a run. But Sanju Samson did not even move his feet despite being a miss fielding. In this way, last time centurion Yashasvi Jaiswal was run out in an unfortunate manner.

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Sanju Samson hit the ax on his feet

After the dismissal of Yashasvi Jaiswal, captain Sanju Samson hit his feet with an axe. The Rajasthan captain was dismissed in the very next over. Samson lost his wicket in the 7th over by playing a bad shot off Josh Little. Two fours had already been hit in this over but Samson forcibly lost his wicket in the process of playing a big shot.

Rajasthan’s innings faltered after Samson’s wicket

Rajasthan’s innings faltered after the dismissal of Sanju Samson. Rajasthan lost its five wickets till the 10th over. R Ashwin got out after scoring 2 runs after Samson. Riyan Parag could also score only 4 runs. Both the players were dismissed by Rashid Khan. Before this, even Jos Buttler’s bat did not work. This player lost his wicket on a personal score of 8 runs. Rajasthan’s 8 wickets fell for 100 runs. Rashid Khan especially caused a lot of damage to Rajasthan. This leg-spinner took 3 wickets for 14 runs.

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