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Sourav Ganguly Leading Team India During His Farewell Test In 2008, Was A Surprise From MS Dhoni

July 11, 2020

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India’s Test coordinate against Australia in November 2008 at Nagpur was a pivotal event for Indian cricket. It was the day when previous captain Sourav Ganguly showed up for India. Sourav Ganguly already had declared that he would be playing his last game for India. Be that as it may, the defining moment in the match came when Ganguly ventured out on to the field on the last day of the game.

Addressing India batsman Mayank Agarwal in the most recent scene of his talk show ‘Open Nets with Mayank’ transferred on BCCI official site, Ganguly reviewed his last Test.

In one of the portions of the interview, Mayank was indicating Ganguly some photographs from his profession, and was requesting that he perceive when that specific occasion occurred. Ganguly hurried to see the photograph clicked earlier.

To Ganguly’s utter amazement, Dhoni handed him over the captaincy for the Test match

Ganguly tells Mayank that his last Test coordinate was in Nagpur. Ganguly’s last day and their last meeting as a team. He was strolling down the means at the Vidarbha Stadium. His partners remained adjacent to him and permitted him to enter the ground.

Mayank, at that point proceeded to get some information about the second when the, at that point, commander MS Dhoni gave him the captaincy in the last phases of the match. Reviewing the equivalent, Ganguly said that he was not anticipating the signal.

Giving over captaincy was somewhat of amazement. Ganguly didn’t anticipate it. Be that as it may, MS Dhoni being, he is brimming with shocks like his captaincy. Team India was dominating the Test game and Ganguly’s psyche was on retirement. He didn’t have the foggiest idea what he accomplished for those 3, 4 overs.

India defeated Australia by 172 runs during that test andGangulybid adieu to the cricket world and fans.

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