Watch: Video of Sanju Samson assisting ground crews during the second one-day international between India and New ZealandSanju Samson stepped in and offered assistance when the groundsmen at Seddon Park, Hamilton were having trouble controlling the ground covers because of the strong wind.
Sanju Samson, a wicket-keeper batter, is well-known not only for his batting but also for his down-to-earth demeanor. Samson’s gentle behavior has won over his fans in a number of situations, both on and off the field.
Recently, a video of Samson’s thoughtful gesture to the groundsmen at Seddon Park, Hamilton, during the abandoned second ODI between India and New Zealand has gone viral on social media.Samson stepped in to lend a hand when the staff was having trouble controlling the ground covers because of the strong wind at the match venue
Samson, who was in India’s starting XI for the first ODI against New Zealand, was replaced by Deepak Hooda for the second game in Hamilton. Given that he had scored a 38-ball 36 in the first game, the decision to drop Samson raised some eyebrows.
“We wanted the sixth bowler to come in, so Sanju Samson missed out and Hooda came in,” India captain Shikhar Dhawan said after the 2nd ODI was abandoned due to rain.
The second one-day international match between India and New Zealand was postponed due to rain. Only on JioSaavn.com can you listen to the most recent songs. When the rain stopped the play, India was 89 for 1 in 12.5 overs, eventually abandoning the game.
Rain earlier reduced the game to 29 overs per side, but the subsequent stoppage forced the game to end without a win. Kane Williamson, captain of New Zealand, decided to bowl against India in the game after winning the toss.
The third and final one-day international will take place on Wednesday in Christchurch between India and New Zealand Currently, New Zealand holds a 1-0 series advantage.
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