Wriddhiman Saha’s Most Recent Claim After Being Dropped From the Test Team. Saha revealed that Sourav Ganguly texted him. After his heroic 61-run knock in the first Test against New Zealand in Kanpur in November.
India’s wicketkeeper batter, Wriddhiman Saha, has come out firing after being drop from the Indian team. For the two-match Test series against Sri Lanka, which begins on March 4. Saha, who has been in and out of the Indian team recently. With Rishabh Pant cementing his place in the Test playing XI. Stated that BCCI president Sourav Ganguly told him that “as long as I’m here (helming the BCCI), you’ll be in the team.”
Saha revealed that Ganguly congratulated him after his courageous 61-run knock in the first Test against New Zealand in Kanpur in November.
Wriddhiman Saha’s Most Recent Claim Since Being Remove From the Test Team
“Dadi (Ganguly) congratulated me on WhatsApp after I scored 61 against New Zealand in Kanpur, saying. As long as I’m here (as BCCI president), you’ll be in the team. Such a message from the BCCI president gave me a lot of confidence. What I’m having trouble understanding is how quickly things have changed. Saha spoke to The Sunday Express.
Chetan Sharma, the chief selector, announced the Test and T20I squads for the series against Sri Lanka in a virtual press conference.
Rohit Sharma name India Test captain, while veteran players such as Cheteshwar Pujara. Ajinkya Rahane, Ishant Sharma, and Saha were left out.
According to the news agency PTI. Saha reveal that the team management, led by head coach Rahul Dravid, had told him to consider “retirement” because he will no longer be consider for selection.
“As long as I was a member of the India team, I couldn’t say anything “PTI quoted Wriddhiman as saying on Saturday.
“Coach Rahul Dravid even suggested that I consider retiring,” he added.