Sourav Ganguly

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Sourav Chandidas Ganguly – The man who changed Indian cricket At the advent of this century, Indian cricket was in doldrums, match-fixing al ...
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Sourav Ganguly with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Sanjiv Goenka, co-owner of the football team Former Indian cricket captain Sour ...
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You don’t often see Indian batsmen being rattled by a spinner. Here is one such rare video where Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi runs through ...
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Sourav Ganguly India’s Test series against England on English soil is about to get underway, and there is much talk about whether India can ...
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Ganguly had to endure a lot before finally proving his point on his Test debut at Lords Everyone is quite familiar with Sourav Ganguly's Tes ...
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BIO: Sourav Chandidas Ganguly  is a former Indian cricketer, and captain of the Indian national team. He is regarded as one of India's most successful captains in modern times. After a series of playing in different Indian domestic tournaments such as the Ranji and Duleep trophies, Ganguly got his big-break while playing for India on their tour of England. He scored 131 runs and cemented his place in the Indian team. Ganguly's place in the team was assured after successful performances in series against Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Australia, winning the Man of the Match awards. In the 1999 Cricket World Cup, he was involved in a partnership of 318 runs with Rahul Dravid, which remains the highest overall partnership score in the World Cup tournament history. In 2000, Ganguly was made the captain of the Indian cricket team. He led India into the 2003 World Cup final, where they were defeated by Australia. Ganguly was awarded the Padma Shri in 2004, one of India's highest civilian awards. Ganguly joined the Kolkata Knight Riders team as captain for the Indian Premier League Twenty20 cricket tournament in 2008. The left-handed Ganguly is a prolific One Day International (ODI) batsman, with over 11,000 ODI runs to his credit. He is one of the most successful Indian Test captains to date, winning 21 out of 49 test matches.  Presently he is the cricket commentator and President of Editorial Board with Wisden India.
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