IPL 2020

India Cricket

IPL 2020

India Cricket

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The Rajasthan Royals were defeated by SunRisers Hyderabad by seven wickets on Monday night, despite Sanju Samson's superb 57-ball 82. Samson topped the run-scoring charts in the IPL 2021 after his stunning effort.

Samson has led from the front with the bat in his maiden season as Rajasthan Royals captain, with his team firmly in contention to make the playoffs. As a result of his efforts, he is on the verge of having his finest IPL season with the bat.

Samson was a man who believed that the best way to make an impression was to go all out straight away.

Because of this mentality, he hit the fastest double-century in the Vijay Hazare Trophy's history and scored three hundreds in the IPL, including one in his first match.

This season, Sanju Samson has 433 runs in 10 matches. In 2018, he had his most fantastic IPL season, as he scored 441 runs in 15 matches. This time, he's well on his way to breaking that record.

His average is 54.12, which is far higher than any of his prior seasons' averages. Samson's average was 34.20 in 2019, his best in an IPL season, but 28.84 in 2020.

The trade-off, on the other hand, is plain to observe. He struck at 148.69 and 158.89 in 2019 and 2020, respectively, while this season's strike rate is 141.96.

In a single IPL season, Samson has never scored more than three hundreds and fifties combined. He has, however, already struck a century and two half-centuries in the IPL 2021. On that front, he is also on track to progress.

The Royals still have four games left, and Samson will be crucial to their chances of making the playoffs following a string of poor seasons.

They are currently in sixth place on the table, but they are four teams with eight points.