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Not Pant or Rahul… this wicketkeeper is the first choice of selectors for T20 World Cup


New Delhi. T20 World Cup is going to start in June. India has not yet announced the team for this. At the same time, New Zealand has announced its squad. There is a lot of discussion about the wicketkeeper in the Indian team. In this, selectors will be confused between Sanju Samson, Rishabh Pant, Dinesh Karthik and KL Rahul. Meanwhile, news is coming that Sanju Samson is the first choice of the selectors for the T20 World Cup.

According to this SPN Cricinfo report, Sanju Samson is the first choice for wicketkeeper for the T20 World Cup. It is considered certain that he will get a chance in the team for the World Cup. The reason for this is that Sanju is performing amazingly in IPL. Samson, who is captaining the team for Rajasthan Royals, has kept his team at number one in the points table. Along with being a player, his captaincy record has also been excellent.

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Sanju Samson, who is captaining Rajasthan Royals, has already strengthened his claim by playing four half-centuries. By scoring 385 runs in 9 matches, he is at fourth position in the list of batsmen scoring the most runs. KL Rahul, who is captaining Lucknow Super Giants, is one place below him and has 378 runs in his account. Dinesh Karthik of Royal Challengers Bangalore is also being discussed, who has scored 262 runs in 10 matches.

Sanju also likes Sidhu and Pietersen
Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen had said about Sanju Samson that I do not see any doubt that he will fly to the Caribbean and America after a few weeks. He has done a very good job under pressure. The way he has done many things under his captaincy, he has not received attention. If I were a selector, he would have been one of my first choices.” Apart from this, Navjot Singh Sidhu had also said that Sanju Samson is my first choice for the World Cup.

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