Wriddhiman Saha is all set to leave the Bangladeshi team© AFP
Veteran wicket-keeper batter Wriddhiman Saha is all set to leave Bengal after playing for the state in domestic cricket for 15 years. Saha had withdrawn from the competition stage of this year’s Ranji Trophy but was named in their roster for the knockout stage, after which he sought a NOC to leave Bengal. Saha has now been candid about his decision to leave and said he had informed Avishek Dalmiya, the president of the Bengal cricket association, that he had made a decision to leave the domestic side but will meet with him and complete the formalities. complete.
He also said he was hurt by the comments of CAB’s co-secretary, Debabrata Das, who questioned his commitment to Bengal earlier in the year.
“It is also a very sad feeling for me that I have to experience something like this after playing for Bengal for so long,” Saha told Sportstar of the CAB official’s comments.
“It’s disappointing that people make such comments and question your integrity. As a player I had never experienced anything like this in the past, but now that it has happened, even I have to move on,” he said.
As for where he’s headed for next season, Saha has been tight-lipped.
“I have spoken to many people, but no decision has been made yet. There is still time for next season,” he said.
Saha recently starred in Gujarat Titans’ first Indian Premier League season and helped them lift the coveted trophy.
He scored 317 runs in 11 games, with three half-centuries.
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