India wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha spoke about competitors for locations in Team India with fellow stumper Rishabh Pant after Bengal didn’t win Ranji Trophy title towards Suarashtra. Bengal returned empty handed from the ultimate as Saurashtra received their maiden title by advantage of taking first innings lead in Rajkot. This was Saha’s maiden look in a Ranji last and he decoded why Bengal didn’t get their fingers on the trophy.
“When I didn’t play the Tests in New Zealand, I was practising with the red ball to keep myself prepared for the final if Bengal qualified; others were practising with the white ball for ODI series (against South Africa) and the IPL,” Saha informed Sportstar.
“I got a good team environment once I joined. The wicket wasn’t as expected for the final but you can’t give excuses. You have to deliver come what may. We lost the toss which was vital. We were a little behind in everything. Even with runs, partnership. The food was right in front but somebody snatched it.,” he added.
Saha was a part of the Indian team that not too long ago performed two Tests in New Zealand. However, he didn’t discover a spot within the XI and needed to see the team lose 0-2 from the bench. Rishabh Pant was chosen forward of Saha and the Bengal keeper said it doesn’t matter who performs as the final word objective is for India to win matches.
“Normally, every player gets to know the squad before the match when the batting order is decided. I got to know after going there (New Zealand). It is not tough because you are still part of the team,” Saha stated.
“You should go by team administration resolution primarily based on the situations however sure, inside, you’re feeling that hopefully you will play because you performed the final Test series.
“I preserve the team in entrance and particular person selections later. If team decides Rishabh will play, I will be fantastic with it as I need the team to win,” he added.