For Fastest Scores, News, & LIVE Shows - Download Daddy News247

Play Store Apple Store
Wednesday, April 24, 2024
HomeCricketSourav Ganguly teases a return to cricket for the first time since...

Sourav Ganguly teases a return to cricket for the first time since the BCCI presidency in an upcoming tweet.


For the first time since leaving his position as the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly suggested a return to the game. In a mysterious tweet, Ganguly claimed something was “coming soon” and showed him hitting some incredible shots with the bat.

Sourav Ganguly, a former captain of India and one of the best cricketers in history, sparked excitement among his followers when he sent a mysterious tweet that seemed to allude to a possible comeback to the game. Although Ganguly stated that something is coming soon, he did not provide any details regarding his next project.
In a little preview, Ganguly released a video of him holding his bat and hitting some classic hits. The viral video gave few additional insights regarding the topic of the post and the great Indian cricketer’s plans when his term as the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) came to an end.Many of his followers have predicted that he will soon reveal his biopic.

From November 2019 to October 2022, Ganguly served as the president of the Indian Cricket Association. Following the BCCI elections earlier this year, ex-Indian fast bowler and 1983 World Cup champion Roger Binny took his post as the organization’s chief executive.
During Ganguly’s leadership, the BCCI faced challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. The virus prevented India from hosting the competition, thus the Ganguly-led administration was able to move two seasons of the Indian Premier League (IPL) to the UAE. They were able to guarantee the continuation of domestic white-ball cricket in both years and the revival of the Ranji Trophy in 2022.

However, Ganguly’s tenure was not without controversy, particularly the widely criticised decision to remove Virat Kohli as ODI captain.
Ganguly represented India in a total of 113 Test matches and 311 One-Day Internationals. He also served as captain of the team for five years, during which time they shared the 2002 Champions Trophy and advanced to the 2003 Cricket World Cup final. Under Ganguly’s direction, India also drew a Test series away to England and Australia.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -spot_img