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Happy Birthday Sourav Ganguly: The Maharaj Of Indian Cricket

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Happy Birthday Sourav Ganguly: The Maharaj Of Indian Cricket


Happy Birthday Sourav Ganguly: The Maharaj Of Indian Cricket

Previous India Captain Sourav Ganguly turned 46 on Sunday. 

Dada, as Sourav Ganguly is known as, is one of the best players and skippers in world cricket. 

While he was left-given batsman of most prominent quality and an extremely convenient right-arm medium pacer, Ganguly is most associated with driving India amid its best adventures. 

Sourav Ganguly The Batsman

"On the offside, first there is God, at that point Sourav Ganguly!", said Rahul Dravid once. 

Ganguly's captaincy may have dominated his accreditations as a batsman, yet he was extremely a mystical performer with the bat. Regardless of whether he was slicing pacers through the off-side or moving down the track to leg-spinners, Ganguly was a treat to watch. 

The Prince of Kolkata declared his Test entry in style at the Mecca of cricket as he scored a century at Lord's in his presentation. Ganguly would go ahead to wind up the third most noteworthy run-scorer for India with 18,575 worldwide runs. He is the twelfth most noteworthy run-scorer ever in global cricket history. He is the main ODI player to have won four successive Man-of-the-Match grants. Prominently, his normal never dunked beneath 40 in Test cricket.

Sourav Ganguly The Fighter


Ganguly's ascent came at the most reduced time for Indian cricket. The match settling outrage had quite recently gone to the fore. Ganguly steered of the Indian group and reestablished the confidence and love for the amusement and in addition the players. 

A long time later, Ganguly himself was at the most reduced point in his profession in 2005 after the drop out with the then mentor Greg Chappell. He was cut out from the side. Be that as it may, Ganguly bobbed back again and made a rebound to the Indian group. In 2007, he made 1,000+ keeps running in ODIs and Tests separately and was the main run-scorer (2,346) by and large in the logbook year. He was the 'Asian Cricketer' and the 'Asian Batsman of the Year' one year from now. He at last hung up his boots without anyone else terms in 2008/09.

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