IPL 2022, PBKS vs RR: We knew Yashasvi Jaiswal had to have a long run, says Sanju Samson | Cricket News

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MUMBAI: After the half-century of Yashasvi Jaiswal helping his side to a six-wicket win over the Punjab Kings, Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson says the team know fly-half Yashasvi Jaiswal was due for a long run and had spent a lot of time practicing in the nets.
A spirited half-century from Yashasvi Jaiswal and a three-wicket shot from Yuzvendra Chahal saw the Rajasthan Royals secure a six-wicket win over the Punjab Kings here at Wankhede Stadium on Saturday.
“We all knew he (Yashasvi Jaiswal) had to put in some good innings. He’s been spending quality time training and training, putting in many hours in the net. Very happy for him,” said Samson during the post-match presentation.
Samson said the team was happy to chase and it was a very good wicket.
“Really great intention shown by almost every batsman. I learned a lot, things became more and more clear. Having the same side for almost every game helps to identify the situation and how to use the longer and longer side short you need to keep changing bowlers depending on the situation There is no set strategy that fast bowlers should play to the death I think anyone with a good temperament and a lot of experience can do the job for the team. He (Yuzvendra Chahal) says he is even ready to play on the 20th, he is confident and he is doing well for the team.”
The captain said he wanted to come out and express himself on the pitch by playing a few shots.
Samson said when things are busy the team needs to go back to basics and take one game at a time and look at the controllable elements.
“We will continue to value every game and give our best in every game. Let’s see where we end up at the end of the league stages,” he added.
Coming to the game, Jaiswal smashed 68 runs on 41 balls, which was followed by a brief appearance by Shimron Hetmyer of 31 runs on 16 balls, which gave Rajasthan their seventh victory, with two balls to spare.
Earlier at bat first fifty from Jonny Bairstow (56*) and cameos from Jitesh Sharma (38*) and Liam Livingstone (22*) at the end propelled the Punjab Kings to a solid 189/5 at the end 20 overs against Rajasthan Royals at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Saturday.



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