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Wriddhiman Saha’s comment dismantle BCCI and creates criticism

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CRICDOT DESK : India’s international career seems to have come to an end with India’s veteran Bengali wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Sahar. He was not named in India’s recent Test squad against Sri Lanka. Srikar Bharat has been kept as an alternative to the original keeper-batsman Rishabh Panth. But three months ago, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly assured him to stay by his side.

Wriddhiman’s heart is bleeding without seeing the implementation of that assurance.
The 36-year-old cricketer said in an interview, “Yes, the team management told me earlier that I would not be considered. I couldn’t say that for so long because I was in the setup of the Indian team. Even coach Rahul Dravid advised to think about retirement. Last November, when I played a 71-run innings against New Zealand in Kanpur on a painkiller, my grandfather (Sourav) congratulated me on WhatsApp. He also said that as long as he is in power on the board, I will not have any problem. ‘

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Rahul Dravid’s statement is hurting Wriddhiman even more than Saurabh’s statement, ‘Hearing such words from the head of the board boosted his confidence. But I do not understand how everything changed so quickly! Of course, the grandfather’s case hurt more. Because grandfather sent the message himself. But then I got such use. No one will play forever. But there is a way to say goodbye to someone. I did not perform so badly that it drove me away! ‘

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