After making serious allegations against Indian all-rounder cricketer Krunal Pandya, Baroda all-rounder Deepak Hooda decided to withdraw from his team’s first match of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. After this, the CEO of the State Cricket Association talked about bad behavior on Deepak and running away from responsibility. Now former Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan has expressed his displeasure over this whole incident and said that it has a wrong effect on the player and it should not be done. needed.
Deepak wrote a letter to the Baroda Cricket Association complaining against captain Krunal Pandya. He alleged that Pandya used ‘abusive language’ against him in front of fellow players and even threatened to end his career.
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Not only this, Deepak Hooda has written a letter to the association calling Pandya’s behavior as ‘Dadagiri’. He left the bio-bubble on Saturday night and left.
Irfan, who played for the Baroda team for 17 years, said, “In the difficult times of this pandemic (corona virus), the mental health of the player becomes very important, because they have to focus on the game while in the bio-bubble. ‘
Pathan, 36, shared a post on social media. He also wrote about how BCA dropped two players who did well in the previous edition of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Those two players were Aditya Waghmore and Swapnil Singh, who were ignored.
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Earlier, Hooda wrote an email to the association, ‘I have been playing cricket for the Baroda Cricket Association for the last 11 years. I am currently selected for Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. I feel infatuated, tense and under pressure.
He wrote, ‘For the last two-four days my captain Mr. Krunal Pandya has been using abusive language against my teammates and players from other states who have come to participate in the tournament. Pandya stopped me from practice and showed me his majesty.
Deepak has played 46 first class matches and 123 T20 matches for Baroda. He said that in such an environment he could not perform his best.