pic credit: [email protected] Saha

Popular wicketkeeper-batsman of Indian National Cricket Team, Wriddhiman Saha turns 35-year-old on October 24th, 2019, Thursday. The Siliguri-born outstanding right-handed batsman Saha is best known for his amazing glove-work behind the stumps. Regardless of opponents, Saha has always done wonders for team India when it comes to wicket-keeping. This is the reason why he is still one of the best wicket-keepers in Indian cricket history. Be it pace or spin, the experienced player hardly misses any delivery and dismisses batsmen in just a blink of an eye.

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Not only this, but the 35-year-old is extremely useful with his bat also. Whether the pitch conditions are good or bad, he proved his prowess on the cricket ground each and every time. Now when Saha has completed 35 successful years of his life, cricket fans lauded his great efforts for cricket fraternity on social media platforms. Needless to say that his birthday is no less than any festival for all his fans across the world.

Here’s see some of the exciting Twitter posts and comments on the 35th birthday of star wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha:

World Best wicket-keeper Saha 

https://twitter.com/CricketbySW/status/1187248041109016576

Earlier in 2017, Saha became the first Indian wicket-keeper to score centuries at home as well as outside Asia. Saha made his sensational Test debut for Indian cricket team in February 2010, as a specialist batsman. Since then he has played 35 Test encounters for India and amassed 1209 runs with three centuries.

Saha was last seen in action in the recently concluded three-match Test series between India and South Africa in front of the home crowd. The star Indian skipper Virat Kohli had selected the talented gloveman over young emerging star Rishabh Pant. Earlier in last month, Saha was selected for the Test squad against West Indies but didn’t get a chance to play as Pant was the man behind the stumps. But in the recently concluded Test series against Proteas, Saha got a golden chance to show his spectacular skills in front of the world one more time.

After Proteas, Indian cricketers are now going to play against Bangladeshi tigers from November 3rd. Saha will aim to keep up his good work and make a mark with both gloves and bat if he will be selected in the upcoming assignment.

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