Sourav Ganguly posted a few pictures on Instagram, wearing whites.© Instagram
Former India captain and current Board of Keep an eye on for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief Sourav Ganguly has shared two pictures of himself on Instagram. In the first one, Ganguly is wearing a white colour kurta-pyjama set at the side of a jacket. Next, he will also be seen in India’s Test jersey. While Ganguly is having a look as dazzling as ever in both the pictures, it was once his captions that grabbed the Internet’s attention. And it goes like this, “Different whites for different jobs…” The post soon became a topic of discussion among his followers. Then again, the most productive response came from Ganguly’s former teammate Harbhajan Singh. “Taking a look good, Tiger,” Harbhajan wrote in the remark box.
Earlier on Wednesday, Dada, as Ganguly is popularly known among cricket enthusiasts, shared a snap of himself in India’s blue jersey. In the caption box, Ganguly expressed his desire to denote the country on the cricket field in his next three lives.
Ganguly made his international debut against the West Indies in 1992 in an ODI match and played his final game in the format in 2007 against arch-rivals Pakistan.
Ganguly represented India in 311 ODI matches and amassed 11363 runs at an average of 41 and strike rate of 73. He also has 22 centuries and 72 fifties to his name. Ganguly also scalped 100 wickets in one-dayers for India.
Ganguly scored a magnificent 131 runs off 301 balls in his Test debut against England in 1996 at the iconic Lord’s. He went on to denote India in 113 Test matches and amassed 7212 runs and picked 32 wickets. He also smashed 16 centuries and 35 fifties in red-ball cricket.
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