- Role : Wicketkeeper batsman
- Bat : Right-hand bat
- Bowls :
- DOB : November 23, 1987, Dinajpur, Bangladesh
Dhiman Ghosh is a Bangladeshi wicketkeeper played a lot of U-19 games and eventually earned a spot in Bangladesh A side in the 2003-2004 season. He played his first ODI in March 2008 against South Africa and had scored 126 runs in 13 matches. His performance made a critical remark in all the selector's mind. However, he still managed to fit in and started playing continuously for some time after that. He had played for Chittagong Division in the2004-05 season.
Although touted as being better than Mushfiqur Rahim, Ghosh risked his career when he signed for the Dhaka Warriors in 2008, who participated in the rebel Indian Cricket League (ICL). He was banned by the Bangladesh Cricket Board for ten years as they considered ICL to be not authorized by ICC which is why Ghosh’s career came to a halt. However, this period of lull came to an end when he opted out of the league after one season. However, the selectors sparked another controversy by rejecting him since he belonged to Hindu community. It will not be wrong to say that Ghosh has been unfortunate with his graph in cricket, specifically in later years.
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