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Ganguly breaks silence, says 'I feel bad'

"Anybody who has been dropped, will feel bad. It's the same with me," Sourav said. Should Ganguly quit cricket?

india Updated: Feb 25, 2006 11:13 IST
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Former captain Sourav Ganguly said he was feeling 'bad' at being dropped from the Indian cricket team for the first Test against England beginning at Nagpur from March 1.

"Anybody who has been dropped, will feel bad. It's the same with me. I do feel bad," Ganguly told reporters in his first reaction after the national selectors omitted him from the squad announced in Vadodara on Thursday.

Asked if he was satisfied with his performance, the left-hander batsman said "I will not say anything on this".