Sourav Ganguly said in his condolence message on the demise of former champion bowler Rajinder Goel that India lost a veteran of domestic cricket.
New Delhi: There are many legendary cricketers from India, who were unfortunate in the matter of making a place in Team India. One of them is the name of the left-handed star leg-spinner Rajinder Goel of the domestic cricketer. On Sunday, Rajinder Goel passed away at the age of 77. The entire cricket world is mourned by his death. The current Chairman of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and former captain of Team India Sourav Ganguly (Sourav Ganguly) also mourned his death. Goyal is survived by wife and son Nitin Goyal. Nitin is also associated with cricket. He has also been a first class cricketer and is currently the BCCI match referee in domestic matches.
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Sourav Ganguly said in his condolence message on the demise of former domestic cricket bowler Rajinder Goyal that India has lost a veteran of domestic cricket. Rajinder Goyal’s extraordinary records tell the story of his art and his control over it. He played more than 25 years in his career and continued to perform well. Ganguly, while speaking on his great records in domestic cricket, said that it takes years of hard work to take 750 wickets. He salutes this magnificent effort of Goyal. Ganguly also expressed his condolences to the Goyal family.
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Former BCCI president also expressed grief
Former chairman of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Ranbir Singh Mahendra, also expressed condolences on Goyal’s death. He said that this left-handed traditional leg-spinner used to play in the era when Bishan Singh Bedi was an important part of the Indian cricket team. Because of this, Goyal never got a place in the Indian team. The BCCI has also mourned the demise of this great bowler. Posted a condolence message on his Twitter handle with a picture of Rajinder Goyal.
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Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar (Sunil Gavaskar), one of the greatest openers in the world, known as Little Master, had selected a few players in his book Idols. One of them was Rajinder Goyal. Gavaskar had said in an interview that Goyal was born at the wrong time. At a time when the Indian team had veterans like Bishan Singh Bedi, Bhagwat Chandrashekhar, Errapalli Prasanna and Venkatraghawan. Gavaskar had said that it is a game of luck that Goyal could not play for India.
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