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Shane Warne was the captain who won the first IPL title for Rajasthan Royals. Now that the team is just one step away from winning the title for the second time, the team led by Sanju Samson wants to repeat the same history afresh, which Shane Warne had done 14 years ago.
Everything has a purpose. Rajasthan Royals (Rajasthan Royals) If IPL wants to lift the glittering trophy of 2022, wants to kiss it, then it also has a purpose. And he is the first captain, first player, mentor Shane Warne of this team. (Shane Warne), Who died of a heart attack just before the start of IPL this year. The team of Rajasthan wants to dedicate their first Royal by winning the title this time. There is a sense of dedication in the players of Rajasthan to make this objective successful. He is eager to give his all. They are ready to lay down their lives for victory. And this thing is for his players especially Jos Buttler. (Jos Buttler) And Sanju Samson It is also reflected in gestures and conversations.
Shane Warne was the captain to get Rajasthan Royals the first IPL title. Now that the team is just a step away from winning the title for the second time, it has only the memories of Shane Warne. This team, captained by Sanju Samson, wants what Shane Warne had done 14 years ago. He repeats the same history anew. Nothing can be a bigger tribute to Shane Warne than his own IPL team.
Missing Warne – Butler
Dedicating the innings of 106 runs in 60 balls to Shane Warne in Qualifier Two, Jos Buttler has said that we are missing him from the heart. He is the first captain to win the title to the Royals. We know that wherever he is watching us from, he will be proud of us today.”