Bengal coach Arun Lal, who was dissatisfied with the performance of the team, held a closed door meeting with Dalmiya.
Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: Anustup Majumdar to lead Bengal; Mohammed Shami's brother Kaif included in squad
Shreevats Goswami will be Majumdar's deputy in the squad that also has Mohammed Shami's younger brother, seam bowling all-rounder Mohammed Kaif.
Ranji Trophy 2019-20: Bengal's Anustup Majumdar stands between Saurashtra and title with unbeaten 58 on Day 4
Bengal's 'Man Friday' Anustup Majumdar stood between Saurashtra and Ranji Trophy with a defiant unbeaten 58 as the summit clash enters a tantalising final day with the visitors needing 72 more with four wickets in hand.
Ranji Trophy 2019-20: From Pujara vs Porel to Unadkat vs Easwaran, battles which can define the final
In what is expected to be a closely fought Ranji Trophy final, the individual player battles could play a defining role and we identify a few of them that could hog headlines over the next few days.
Ranji Trophy 2019-20: Against super consistent Karnataka, Bengal face uphill task to make first final in 13 years
Eight-time winners Karnataka have remained consistent and are appearing in their third semifinals on the trot
Ranji Trophy 2019-20: Bengal reach semi-finals by virtue of first innings lead after bad light interrupts final day's play against Odisha
Bengal qualified by virtue of their crucial first innings lead of 82 runs, setting up a clash with Karnataka in the semifinal starting from 29 February at Eden Gardens.
Ranji Trophy 2019-20: Sarfaraz Khan's unbeaten double ton powers Mumbai to 372/5 against Himachal Pradesh; Anustup Majumdar leads Bengal recovery
Sarfaraz Khan's unbeaten double ton powered Mumbai to 372/5 on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy game against Himachal Pradesh, while, in another clash, Anustup Majumdar’s unbeaten 94 helped Bengal reach 286 for five against Delhi.
Ranji Trophy: Shreyas Gopal's ton puts Karnataka in box seat against Mumbai; Bengal poised to knock holders Gujarat out
The 24-year-old Shreyas Gopal faced 274 balls and struck 11 fours to become the lone centurion in the Karnataka first innings that saw four other batsmen cross the 50-run mark, including No 11 Sreenath Arvind (51), without reaching three figures.