Colombo (Sri Lanka), Aug 07 (ANI): Indian cricket team wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha said it gives him a boost to receive such overwhelming comments from coach and captain on his glovework behind the stumps, adding that it was not an easy pitch to play. Saha further said, he had no plans to become the world’s best wicket-keeper and is only trying to deliver what he has learnt in his journey so far. Recollecting the words of his coach, Saha said he told him to perform well and it will automatically bring him fame. The wicket-keeper said he only tries to contribute to the team and it benefits both.
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