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“Hardik Said Sanju Playing, Crowd Goes Wild”- Twitter Reacts As Dublin Fans Go Crazy After Seeing Samson In Playing XI

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The second match of the T20I series between the Indian cricket team and the Ireland cricket team is underway right now in Dublin. Captain Hardik Pandya has won the toss again and decided to bat first at The Village. The weather is sunny today, and India made three changes to their playing XI for this match. One of them was a forced one as Sanju Samson replaced the injured Ruturaj Gaikwad.

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Ruturaj played in the first T20I of the series against the Ireland cricket team, but he did not come out to open the innings for the team because of a niggle. To make sure that his injury does not worsen, the team management has rested him for the second T20I of the series against the Ireland cricket team.

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Speaking at the toss of the 2nd T20I against the Ireland cricket team, captain Hardik Pandya said today:

“We’re going to bat first. When we bowled first we expected the wicket to do a lot more. Credit to the boys to do what was required with the ball and then chase down the total. Three changes – Ruturaj misses out because of his niggle, Sanju Samson comes in.ย They seem pretty happy (grins as the crowd roars upon hearing of Samson’s selection).”

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Fans on Twitter noticed how Dublin went crazy after hearing the name of Sanju Samson

Wicket-keeper batter Sanju Samson has gained enormous popularity over the last three years. He led the Rajasthan Royals to the IPL 2022 Final this year, and he has been a consistent performer for the team in the last few years.

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Samson was surprisingly benched for the first T20I against the Ireland cricket team, but he has received a place in the playing XI today. Fans were ecstatic to see him in the team. Here are some of the top reactions to that roar:

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