Sanju Samson Gifts Video Goes Viral: Specially-Abled Fan In Tears After Gifts RR Cap

Sanju Samson Gifts Video Goes Viral: Sanju Samson met fans at the Sanatana Dharma College Ground during a Ranji Trophy game between Kerala and Uttar Pradesh. In a video shared by the official Rajasthan Royals (RR) social media account, Samson can be seen greeting a specially-abled fan. The video has already received over 100,000 views and has gone viral. Watch the video here:

Sanju Samson Gifts Video Goes Viral

Sanju Samson’s popularity in Kerala and across the nation is well-known among cricket enthusiasts. The talented cricketer took a heartwarming moment to interact with his fans at the Sanatana Dharma College Ground during a Ranji Trophy match between Kerala and Uttar Pradesh. In a touching video shared by the official Rajasthan Royals (RR) handle, Samson is captured meeting and greeting a specially-abled fan after the game, presenting him with a Royals cap and posing for a photograph.

The heartening video has quickly gained traction on social media, amassing over 100,000 views and becoming viral following its posting by RR. Mohammed Shami’s Old Video Goes Viral After Receiving Arjuna Award

The match between Kerala and Uttar Pradesh ended in a draw, with Uttar Pradesh setting a target of 383 runs for Kerala. The hosts reached 72 for 2 before the match was called off. Though Uttar Pradesh secured three points due to their first-innings lead, Kerala earned one point.

In other cricket news, star Indian batter Shreyas Iyer is preparing to represent Mumbai in the upcoming Ranji Trophy 2024 match against Andhra Pradesh. This match holds significance as it marks Iyer’s return to domestic cricket after a hiatus since the 2018-19 season. The game at the Sharad Pawar Cricket Academy in BKC presents a valuable opportunity for the 29-year-old to refine his form ahead of the upcoming home Test series against England, commencing on January 25 in Hyderabad.

Iyer faced a challenging South Africa tour, scoring 31, 6, 0, and 4 not out, resulting in his omission from India’s T20I team for the series against Afghanistan. The recent Tests in South Africa marked Iyer’s first red-ball appearances in nearly nine months following his recovery from a back injury sustained during the Border-Gavaskar series at home against Australia. Outrage Over Viral Video of Woman Eating Rice with Hands at Airport

Following his successful return from surgery for the Asia Cup, Iyer played a pivotal role in India’s journey to the 2023 ODI World Cup final. He emerged as the third-highest run-scorer for India in the World Cup, with 530 runs in 11 innings at an impressive average of 66.25, including two centuries and three half-centuries. Additionally, he was appointed as vice-captain for the final two T20Is at home against Australia in December.

Specially-Abled Fan In Tears After Sanju Samson Gifts Him RR Cap

Iyer’s inclusion serves as a significant boost for Mumbai, especially in the absence of Sarfaraz Khan and Shivam Dube. While Sarfaraz is part of India A’s two-day tour game against the England Lions in Ahmedabad, Dube has returned to India’s T20I squad for the Afghanistan series.

Mumbai’s squad for the upcoming fixture includes notable players such as Ajinkya Rahane (captain), along with Shreyas Iyer, Jay Bista, and other talented cricketers who are set to showcase their skills.