Kolkata: The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) will be seeking permission of the Indian Cricket Board so that they can have a photograph of Sachin Tendulkar on match ticket that will be printed on the occasion of penultimate Test of the legendary batsman's illustrious career.
CAB joint secretary Subir Ganguly and treasurer Biswarup Dey said that the state association has thought about such a move as Tendulkar plays his 199th at the historic Eden Gardens from November 6-10. (Also read: Ganguly urges Kolkata fans to come out in large numbers)
"Normally, we don't have the practice of printing any particular cricketer's photograph in a match ticket. But this is a special and emotional occasion as well. Therefore we would like to seek BCCI's permission if we can use any action photograph of Tendulkar at the Eden Gardens. Once we get the permission, we will issue print order," Dey told PTI on Thursday. (Suggested read: Eden promises to make Sachin Tendulkar's 199th 'extra special')