Sourav Ganguly will return to the field and play in a charity game of Legends League Cricket. The current president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and former captain of India. Sourav Ganguly, will play an unique cricket match in the Legends League Cricket.
The current president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and former captain of India. Sourav Ganguly, will take part in a unique cricket match in the Legends League Cricket. On Instagram, Ganguly announced that he would be participating in a vert special match for Season 2 of the Legends League Cricket. India will serve as the host country for the upcoming season, LLC recently announced. Thus, even though it would be a unique game for a social cause, Indian fans would be able to watch Sourav Ganguly play once again.
Legends League Cricket: Sourav Ganguly will return to the field and play in a charity game
The former India captain uploaded photos of himself working out in the gym with the caption: “Enjoying the preparation for the one-time charity game to raise money for Azadi Ka Mahatsov. The top legends of the Legends League Cricket at @llct20 need to hit some cricket balls shortly in honor of 75 years of Indian independence as well as for women’s emancipation.”
In an official statement, Raman Raheja, Co-Founder & CEO of Luminaries League Cricket, said. ” We congratulate legendary Sourav Ganguly for taking part in a match with other legends. Dada is always there for Cricket since he was once a legend. He will play in a special match for a social cause, which will be breathtaking to watch for our viewers. We expect to see some classic Dada photographs.
Many young cricketers who grew up watching Ganguly and achieved success in the sport have found inspiration in him. His approach and love for cricket are endorsed by millions of fans. The fans would find watching him return to the field to be highly exciting.
Ganguly scored 18,575 runs across all formats while playing for India in 113 Tests and 311 ODIs. He had coached India in 195 games of all types, and he had won 97 of those games.
In the summer of 1996, Ganguly played his first Test match against England and scored a century at Lord’s. In his second Test, the left-handed hitter went on to record a century.