Suryakumar Yadav exhibits Sanju Samson's image from group bus; followers erupt in pleasure

Suryakumar Yadav exhibiting Sanju Samson’s image to followers. (Picture Supply: Twitter)

The Indian cricket group reached Thiruvananthapuram forward of their opening sport of the three-match T20I collection in opposition to South Africa on Monday, September 28. The Rohit Sharma-led aspect acquired a heat welcome on their arrival and the hosts are all set to sq. off in opposition to the Proteas on the Greenfield Stadium within the first T20I on Wednesday, September 28.

Followers turned up in giant numbers to greet the group and have been heard chanting Sanju Samson’s title, who’s an area hero and has performed home cricket for his native state Kerala. Sanju has not been included in India’s 15-member squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia subsequent month.

Followers had surrounded the group bus and that is when an intriguing incident occurred which has grabbed many eyeballs on social media.

Among the many rousing chants, India’s middle-order batter Suryakumar Yadav took his telephone out and confirmed Samson’s image to the followers standing across the bus whereas firstly, pointing his finger in direction of it (image) after which giving a thumbs up.

The video has been shared on the microblogging website Twitter and it exhibits how amused is Suryakumar by the followers in Kerala and their rousing reception.

Samson was unfortunate to overlook out on World Cup choice and has not even been included within the reserves for the event. He performed an instrumental function for the Rajasthan Royals on this 12 months’s Indian Premier League (IPL) as their skipper. The 27-year-old led the aspect to the summit conflict of the profitable event however needed to face defeat by the hands of the Hardik Pandya-led Gujarat Titans.

Samson is at the moment main India A in opposition to New Zealand A in a three-match unofficial ODI collection in Chennai. India A have taken an unassailable lead (2-0) within the collection with the third unofficial ODI scheduled to be performed on Tuesday, September 27.

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