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Sourav Ganguly Draws Parallel Between Kohli, Rohit & His Own Career: ‘Had Not Taken Any Rest Like…’

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Sourav Ganguly Draws Parallel Between Kohli, Rohit & His Own Career: ‘Had Not Taken Any Rest Like…’
Sourav Ganguly Draws Parallel Between Kohli, Rohit & His Own Career

New Delhi: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly, who’s now the BCCI President whereas talking with The Telegraph drew parallels between his profession and the present technology of cricketers like Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli by way of enjoying continuous cricket, including that in his 13 years of enjoying for India earlier than getting dropped in 2006, he had not taken a break from worldwide cricket.

Talking in regards to the time when he was dropped first from the ODI set-up adopted by Test matches, Ganguly stated that though he was upset with the way in which issues occurred however on the similar time thought-about it as a welcome break in a profession that spanned for 17 years.

“I don’t think playing domestic cricket was tough but the entire situation was tough because it was something beyond my batting and bowling capabilities. So I couldn’t control that. I played for India for 13 years without a break before that. I hadn’t missed anything, not a series or tour. I hadn’t taken any rest like a lot of the players do now. So I consider those 4-6 months as a break from my career after those 13 years in an overall career of 17 years at the international level,” Ganguly advised the main every day newspaper.

On being requested whether or not the previous India captain ever contemplated taking sleeping tablets, Ganguly was fast to reply and stated that there was no reality to that report.

“No, this is not true. But yes I used to get angry and frustrated but worked doubly hard. I was determined to prove myself, to make a point. I knew I had a lot of cricket left in me then. I convinced myself I would prove myself to the men who matter,” stated the 49-year-old.

Ganguly was one of many high ODI gamers in worldwide when he was dropped from the crew.

“Can you imagine No.4 in the rankings and most number of runs in the world in those 10 years! And yet I was not considered… That’s why I said it was just beyond batting and bowling,” added Ganguly whereas recalling all the episode.

The retirement was a name that the Prince of Kolkata had taken himself and it was not compelled on to him as was broadly reported in media on the time.

“No, absolutely not. I always believed that when you play for so long you should go at your peak. And I did that. I played very well in my last series and finished it on a high (324 runs in 4 Tests at an average of 54),” thr former India captain colcluded.




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