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"Need Someone To Raise Finger...": Sanju Samson Doesn't Mince Words After RR's 4-Game Losing Streak

Rajasthan Royals skipper Sanju Samson wants his team to accept "failures" and urged individuals to raise their hand and display brilliance as the business end of the IPL starts next week. Despite four defeats on trot, Royals, courtesy their superb show during first half of the tourney are on 16 points and through to the play-offs once Delhi Capitals defeated Lucknow Super Giants on Tuesday. "To be very honest, we have to sit back and accept that we are going through some failures," Samson told at post-match presentation ceremony after losing to Punjab Kings by five wickets.

"You have to find out what's not working well as a team. When you are getting to the business end, we need someone to raise their finger up and say I am going to win the game for the team," Samson said.

The skipper believes that there is enough talent in the team which can show individual spark under pressure.

"We have the players who can do that if all of us try that. It's a team sport, but this is the time when we need individual players to step up." He felt that 144 for 9 was a below-par batting effort.

"We were expecting wicket to be a touch better. I think it's not a 140-kind of a wicket, we should have got around 160. I think that's where we lost the game." With wickets falling at regular intervals, Royals were forced to use Donovan Ferreira as an Impact Sub and missed a bowler.

"Would have been nicer to have one more bowling option, gets a little tough when you have just five. But I am used to it. And we have quality five bowlers."

Punjab Kings skipper Sam Curran, who also won 'Player of the Match' award for his unbeaten 63 runs and two wickets with the ball spoke about the positives from the tournament despite finishing ninth. "I've thoroughly