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According to Kaif, learning from Kohli this guy could be Team India’s x-factor

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Mohammad Kaif, a senior member of the Indian team, has given his reaction amid the ongoing series in Australia. Kaif has suggested Sanju Samson to take tips from Virat Kohli on making innings. Former Indian cricket batsman Mohammad Kaif wants wicketkeeper-batsman Sanju Sams to take advantage of the opportunity he is getting from captain Virat Kohli.

“I think we have won a good series,” he said during a Sony Sports program. Samson has got to play two innings and in the first T20, Sanju Samson looked very enthusiastic. I thought he could make a run. It has an x-factor. It also has the ability to hit sixes. Also, he is missing out on a chance. A new one and he will get another more chance. However, it is different that he has not taken any advantage of the chance he has got so far. As Natarajan said. That didn’t happen with Sanju Samson. But I think he should get one more chance.

Kaif also added that if Samson gets a chance now, he should consider Virat’s example. Virat is a player who can score more runs on the breath of singles and doubles. You can kill six. But Sanju should learn from Virat how to prepare an innings. Senior cricketer batsman Virender Sehwag also wants Team India to give Samson a chance in the second T20. In addition, the playing XI does not change in any way.
“I don’t think there is a need to change the team,” Sehwag said. But maybe if he wants to play Manish Pandey, he is fit. But he will play instead of any other player. Sanju Sams has played two matches but has not scored a single run. Virat Kohli’s habit is that he changes the team after two matches. So maybe he can change that.

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