Former India captain Sourav Ganguly in motion for the Indian cricket staff throughout his enjoying days.© Instagram/Sourav Ganguly
Former India captain and the present Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) president, Sourav Ganguly, posted a picture on his social media handles and wished he might do that in his “subsequent three lives”. Ganguly shared an image of himself in India colors, enjoying a traditional lofted shot and captioned the publish, “Want I can do that for the following three lives.” Ganguly, who retired from all types of worldwide cricket in 2008, performed his final One-day Worldwide for India in November 2007 towards Pakistan.
In his lengthy and illustrious profession, Ganguly represented the nationwide staff in 311 ODI’s. He scored 11,363 runs at a mean of 40.73, together with 22 a whole bunch and 72 fifties. He additionally claimed 100 wickets within the course of.
He’s thought of to be the captain who inculcated the philosophy of taking the battle to the opposition camp throughout the India staff, one thing that had a optimistic impact on the staff’s performances overseas in years to come back.
Ganguly additionally performed in 59 Indian Premier League (IPL) matches, the place he scored 1349 runs at a strike-rate of over 106 for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Pune Warriors India (PWI) franchises.
Earlier this 12 months, Ganguly was identified with ”triple vessel illness” after struggling a light coronary heart assault. Resultantly, a stent inserted in a coronary artery. He was discharged after 5 days within the hospital.
Inside a month, he underwent a profitable angioplasty the place two extra stents had been inserted.
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