Manoj Tiwary comes out of retirement to play solely purple ball cricket

Manoj Tiwary, who captained Bengal to the Ranji Trophy last within the earlier season, on Tuesday introduced that he would play for the State crew for one final season.

The 37-year-old Tiwary, who took to social media to announce his retirement 5 days in the past, stated he would play solely purple ball cricket.

“It was an emotional resolution. My spouse satisfied me and the Cricket Affiliation of Bengal (CAB) president Snehasish Ganguly advised me to provide it a thought. I wish to win the Ranji Trophy this season, however I’m not going to come back out of retirement after this season,” stated Tiwary at a press convention.

Ganguly stated the best way Tiwary introduced his retirement was not appropriate. “For somebody who has performed for 19 years and scored (almost) 10,000 runs, he ought to have retired on the bottom. I simply advised him that this was not the best way to exit,” stated Ganguly.

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