Wriddhiman Saha was recently dropped for the two-match Test series against Sri Lanka.
His omission has caused a great furore in the cricket circles in India. Former Indis wicket-keeper Syed Kirmani is unhappy with the decision and recalled some unpleasant memories of his playing career.
He played a key role in India’s win in the 1983 World Cup and won the “Best Wicket-keeper” award at the marquee event in England.
However, he was dropped from the national team despite performing well for India.
Speaking exclusively to Sportskeeda, Kirmani reacted to Saha’s exclusion from the Test squad.
“Saha has got competition around him with youngsters performing well in the IPL and white-ball international matches. He is sad, but every cricketer has to go through these times.
“We don’t know about the thinking process of the selection committee and the team management. I have been a victim of injustice like Saha, but nobody talks about it.”