‘BCCI is doing injustice with Sarfaraz, I feel…’ Gaguly Slamed Selectors And Captain Over Sarfaraz Khan Snub

Former Indian captain and ex BCCI president has given a huge statement on Sarfaraz Khan, the batter who is failing to make it into the team India. Recently when the Indian squad was announced for the West Indies tour, some former cricketers were surprised not to see the name of Sarfaraz Khan.

Now, the next former cricketer in the queue is Sourav Ganguly who has recently given a statement regarding the omission of Sarfaraz Khan from the Indian squad. Ganguly had his words while having a conversation with PTI.

The former Indian opener said,”I feel for Sarfaraz Khan. If he had problems, he wouldn’t have scored so many runs. I feel he has no problems against fast bowling and he should be given an opportunity.”

Before Ganguly, Sunil Gavaskar has also slammed the selectors for overlooking the Mumbai batter again and again.

Sarfaraz Khan has been scoring at an average of 100 in all past three seasons. What does he have to do to be picked in the squad? He might not be in the XI, but you pick him in the team,” Sarfaraz was quoted as saying to Sports Today.

“Tell him that his performances are being recognized. Otherwise, stop playing Ranji Trophy. Say, it’s of no use, you just play IPL and think you are good enough for the red ball game as well,” he stated.

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Sarfaraz has played 37 matches in first-class cricket and has gathered 3505 runs at an average of 79.65. During this he has 13 centuries and nine half-centuries.

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