The Board of Control for Cricket in India known as BCCI is understood to have shuttled to the Cricket Association of Bengal known as CAB that it should not play batsman-wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Prasanta Saha. He has been paused for the last 2 One Day International matches against Asian neighbor Sri Lanka in the running Vijay Hazare Trophy to keep him fresh for the coming Australia series.
A Board of Control for Cricket in India known as BCCI senior appointee called one of the crucial Bengal selectors and communicated infuriation at Wriddhiman turning out in the championship. A Cricket Association of Bengal source told that the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s disputation is that Saha has to be kept ready for the Australia series specifically for the 1st test when regular skipper-wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni will not be obtainable.
They also said that The Board of Control for Cricket in India also desired to know under what point Bengal is playing Wriddhiman Saha when the board has paused him for the last two matches of the One Day International series against Asian neighbor Sri Lanka. The board also focused on that players like Mohammad Sami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar are also not playing the competition after being relaxed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India.
Wriddhiman Prasanta Saha has started his career into the Bengal Ranji side after regular wicketkeeper Deep Dasgupta joined the Indian Cricket League. Saha snatched the chance and became the 15th Bengal player to score a ton on Ranji debut. Wriddhiman joined the Kolkata Knight Riders for the 1st season of the Indian Premier League.
Saha scored a 69 ball 84 to cover the way for Bengal’s vehement 163 run win over Jharkhand in the east zone division of the trophy. Cricket Association of Bengal joint secretary Sourav Ganguly said he was not aware of the evolution. He added that this is the first time he is hearing it. If they do not want Cricket Association of Bengal will not play him. But they should have ceded it to Cricket Association of Bengal officially.
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