Know how was the international career of veterans included in the new selection committee, most of them played one match

Team India Selection Committee: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the new selection committee of Team India on Saturday. This five-member committee was formed by the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC). In this, once again Chetan Sharma was given the chair of the president. Earlier, the selection committee headed by him was dismissed on November 18, 2022. This time Chetan Sharma, Shiv Sunder Das, Subroto Banerjee, Salil Ankola and Sreedharan Sharat have been included in the selection committee. Let’s know how has been the international career of veterans other than Chetan Sharma. 

Shiv Sunder Das

Subroto Banerjee

Subroto Banerjee has played only one Test match and 6 ODIs for the Indian team. He made his ODI debut for the Indian team in 1991 against the West Indies. The next year (1992), he played the first and last Test match of his career. Subroto scored 3 runs while batting in a Test match and took 3 wickets while bowling. Apart from this, he scored 49 runs in 6 ODIs and took 5 wickets while bowling. 

Salil Ankola

Right arm fast bowler Salil Ankola has also played only one Test match for the Indian team in his career. He made his debut for India in 1989 against Pakistan. In the same year, he also made his debut in the ODI team. In his only Test match, he took 2 wickets while bowling. Apart from this, he took 13 wickets in 20 ODIs at an average of 47.30. 

Sreedharan Sarat

Sreedharan Sharath has played a total of 139 first class matches in his career. Sreedharan Sharath was a left-handed batsman playing for Tamil Nadu. He has scored 8700 runs in 203 innings of 139 matches at an average of 51.17. 

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