As Indian head coach Rahul Dravid addressed the media post the T20I whitewash of West Indies, he was asked if Wriddhiman Saha spilling the private conversation with regards to his future in the whites has hurt him. Dravid, on his part, graciously and quite maturely spoke about Saha's achievements for India and emphasized that despite the turn of events, he wasn't hurt by the comments made by India's second-choice wicketkeeper. Stressing upon the need for tough conversations, Dravid said it is high time India groom a young deputy for Rishabh Pant, now a certain starter in both home and away conditions.
He is so cute & so polite that it is almost impossible to dislike him.— BALIDAN4INDIA (@peacei24) February 21, 2022
Look at his innocent face, Aisi shakal se pyaar nahi hoga toh kya hoga...!
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