MUMBAI - Not many contemporary openers can boast of sharing a world record with the legendary little master Sunil Gavaskar. But, discarded Bangladeshi opener Hannan Sarkar is the "unlucky" one, for he shares the unwanted record of being dismissed on the first ball of a Test match thrice along with the original little master and the out of favour Wasim Jaffer. Speaking to this correspondent at Mumbai's Santacruz Airport, where the Bangladesh A team led by him arrived via Delhi from Dhaka, he said: "I feel proud to be in SMG's illustrious company, but feel bad about the record I share with the legendary opener. I want people to remember me but surely not for this." Interestingly, no media presence was noticed at the domestic terminal in spite of the Bangladesh's second best side coming to play Ranji team Maharashtra in a series of ODIs and T20s as a part of the Maharashtra Cricket Association's endeavor to send its Ranji team to Australia and Bangladesh and host their "A" sides year after year. Lamenting the absence of mediapersons on his arrival, Sarkar said, "The reason there are no media persons here may be because of the lack of matches played by Bangladesh in India and vice versa." Admitting that his woeful form was the reason for his sacking as the national team's opener, Sarkar still harbours great ambitions of donning the national colours and is expecting a call from the national selectors after performing well on the tour.