Congress MP Shashi Tharoor on Monday recognized cricketer Sanju Samson who gave his match charges to the groundsmen of the Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram following the five-organize course of action between India 'An' and South Africa 'A'. India 'An' encouraged South Africa 'An' in a five-organize casual one-day course of action. Broken rains in Kerala's capital city had caused diminishing of overs in all of the matches with the fourth match being played over two days. "After his annoying 48-ball 91 versus S. Africa A, Thiruvananthapuram's star cricketer Sanju Samson revealed he was submitting his match charges to the groundsmen, whose industrious work on a wet ground had made play possible. That is what sets Sanju isolated from others: capacity just as soul," tweeted Tharoor.
Samson, who played an amazing 91-run pound in the last match to help India 'A' register a 4-1 win in the game plan, said he gave match charges from the two games that he played to the groundsmen for their push to ensure that the game plan could be played regardless of serious atmosphere.
Following Samson's magnificent pound, past India players Harbhajan Singh and Gautam Gambhir supported the 24-year-old to transform into India's No.4 in ODIs.
After Samson's pound last Friday, Harbhajan tweeted: "Why not Sanju Samson at number 4 in ODIs. With incredible strategy and extraordinary head on his shoulders. Especially played today regardless against SA A."
Gambhir, who is by and by a BJP parliamentarian, got on Harbhajan's tweet and expressed, "Yes Harbahajan Singh, on current structure and his capacities this Southern Star, Sanju Samson can bat even on Moon's South Pole!!! I wonder in case they had space on Vikram to pass on this miracle of a batsman. All around done Sanju on scoring 91 off 48 balls against South Africa A side."