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Happy Birthday Sourav Ganguly: This is how Dada Changed Team India Into A Unit

The game of cricket is played by emotion in which all players have to give their 100 percent. But sometimes there are such players in cricket history that they change the game by changing their behavior. One such player is former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly

Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly has turned 48 today. The left-handed batsman started international career in 1992 with ODIs, but he was recognized by the 1996 tour of England. Ganguly, also known as Dada, he has scored 7,212 runs in 113 Test matches, and in 311 one-dayers he has scored 11,363 runs, including 22 centuries. In the ODIs, Ganguly was counted among the world’s legendary players.

Sourav Ganguly Statistics

ODI Debut11-Jan-92vs West Indies
Last ODI15-Nov-17vs Pakistan
Test Debut20-Jun-96vs England
Last Test06-Nov-08vs Australia

When the chaos caused due to match-fixing in the cricket world, this ‘Prince of Kolkata’ was handed over to the Indian team. After this there was a change in the team’s face and movements.

Ganguly was eager about cricket and changed the scenario of Indian team. He transformed the team into an army of aggressive and united players. The example which was always visible in cricket field, whenever a wicket falls team joins in huddle showing the sign of unity and strong bonding. It was started by former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly always open with the greatest batsman of the world Sachin Tendulkar, both were among the world’s dangerous opening pair.

His aggression was revealed to the world during the 2002 NetWest Series, when India defeated England in the final, skipper lifted the t-shirt in the Lord’s balcony. This photo of him has made headlines around the world and with move his, he has conveyed to the world through the fact that Indian cricketer is no longer behind in any case.

Under his leadership, India won the Test and One Day Series against the arch rivals Pakistan in 2004. Ganguly played a key role in Australia’s Greg Chappell as coach for Team India, but in 2005, he and Chappell’s relationship broke up and Ganguly was removed from the captaincy.

Team India, under the leadership of Ganguly, won the series in a charismatic way back in 2001 against a strong Australia. He brought the young team India to the finals of the 2003 World Cup.

Ganguly has established many records by playing 113 Tests and 311 one-day matches, has now come to the cricket administration, but fans still remember him because of his belligerent attitude.

Sourav Ganguly Batting & Bowling Stats

Tests 113188721223942.1716
ODIs 3113001136318341.0222
Tests 11399323.23
ODIs 3111711005.06

In 2007 he played the historic 100th Test match in Melbourne. In the following year 2008, he said goodbye to cricket.

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