IPL 2020: ‘You can have your favourite food from Kerala after that’, Sanju Samson reveals recommendation he bought from Virat Kohli

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The world of cricket is conscious of Virat Kohli’s ardour in the direction of health and sustaining a strict food regimen. Once identified for his infamous meals habits, the India captain turned over a new leaf which led to his drastic transformation back in 2013. Ever since, Kohli has formed into arguably the world fittest cricketer, his dedication proving an inspiration for children to observe.

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Speaking of children, it was in 2013 that Sanju Samson first generated headlines within the Indian home circuit. He put up notable scores within the IPL and for India A however someway has not been in a position to replicate the similar success in his India alternatives. Having first acquired a nationwide call-up in 2014, Samson made his India debut in a T20I in opposition to Zimbabwe, earlier than it took him almost 4 years to play his second, third and fourth India games, where all he might handle had been single digit scores in every inning.

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However, the Indian Premier League 2020 appears to be placing his career back on observe. With back-to-back half-centuries for Rajasthan Royals, Samson is one time once more being talked about because the successor to MS Dhoni as India’s wicketkeeper.

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“I think I can’t play cricket after 10-12 years. I am very lucky to be a part of Rajasthan Royals and some very good individuals, good human beings around me. I am a bit deep person and I keep on thinking about my future, also about my life, because everyone will die one day,” Samson mentioned.

But whereas the clamours proceed, Samson likes to maintain himself grounded. The 25-year-old batsman revealed a dialog he had with none apart from Kohli throughout the tour of New Zealand earlier this yr and the way deeply it impacted Samson, forcing him to vary his method in the direction of his cricket.

“When I was in gym with the Indian team, I met Virat bhai, I keep on asking him different things. “When he asked me how many years you are going to be play and I said 10, he told me that me ‘then give everything to these 10 years and you can have your favourite food from Kerala after that’. “So I became really dedicated to give my best for the next 10-12 years,” the batsman added.

[Attribution HT]

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