Manoj Tiwari announced his retirement from domestic cricket also, said- finish Ranji Trophy
Manoj Tiwari, the captain of the Bengal team, declared his retirement from domestic cricket and insisted that the Ranji Trophy be discontinued starting in the upcoming season. This is his final season, he stated. Eden Gardens, his hometown, will host his final game.
Manoj Tiwari, the captain of the Bengal team and their batsman, is extremely disappointed with the Ranji Trophy, the premier domestic cricket competition. He said that Ranji Trophy should be abolished from the next season. Additionally, he stated that since the competition's founding in 1934, a great deal of things have gone wrong in this competition. However, things are getting worse right now. Manoj Tiwari, a former batsman for the Indian team, has also declared his retirement from the Ranji Trophy at the end of this season.
Manoj Tiwari, 38, suggested that the Ranji Trophy be taken off the schedule for the upcoming season. There are a lot of issues with the tournament. This esteemed competition with a long history needs to be saved from many issues. This tournament is losing its attraction and importance. I am very disappointed with the current situation.
Tiwari blamed the anomalies in the current season as well. He stated that rather than playing in the stadium that was constructed many years ago, the Bengals are playing Kerala outside. Because our dressing room and the opposing team's dressing room are so close to one another, it is impossible to even properly strategize. It's easy for you to hear each other. This place does not offer any privacy at all.
Manoj Tiwari declared his retirement, stating that this Ranji Trophy season would be his last and that he would play his final game at Eden Gardens, his home ground. He said I will end my Ranji Trophy career after this match and the match against Bihar on February 24 at Eden Gardens. Where I started and where I will end my career.