Sourav Ganguly: Statistics, Milestones, Articles, News, Pictures

Posted on Dec 2 2013 - 9:27pm by CricketFundas

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Full Name : Sourav Chandidas Ganguly

Born : July 8, 1972, Calcutta (now Kolkata), Bengal

Major Teams : Bengal, Lancashire, ACC Asian XI, Glamorgan, Kolkata Knight Riders, Pune Warriors, India

Batting Style : Left Hand Bat

Bowling Style : Right Arm Medium Pace

Test debut of Sourav Ganguly

England Vs India at Lord’s, 1996

Last Test of Sourav Ganguly

India Vs Australia at Nagpur, 2008

ODI debut of Sourav Ganguly

India Vs West Indies at Brisbane, 1992

Last ODI of Sourav Ganguly

India Vs Pakistan at Gwalior, 2007

Batting and Fielding Statistics of Sourav Ganguly

Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 113 188 17 7212 239 42.17 14070 51.25 16 35 900 57 71 0
ODIs 311 300 23 11363 183 41.02 15416 73.70 22 72 1122 190 100 0

Bowling Statistics of Sourav Ganguly

Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
Tests 113 99 3117 1681 32 3/28 3/37 52.53 3.23 97.4 0 0 0
ODIs 311 171 4561 3849 100 5/16 5/16 38.49 5.06 45.6 1 2 0

Sunday morning at the Gabba, Sourav Ganguly was a man who had won himself, who had overcome his self doubts, who had got himself out of his own way.

When he swept MacGill just wide of the fine leg, Ganguly ran very hard to convert what was nothing more than an easy one by his and Laxman’s standards, into a couple to get to his hundred. Read More

Today Ganguly’s name gets even bigger with the lore of Greg Chappell attached with him. His inspiring comeback seems to be out of the pages of some motivating Hollywood flick. Three hundred ODI appearances with huge amount of runs with umpteenth match winning innings, the tag of most successful skipper of Indian cricket and still found it tough to prove his honesty and passion for the Indian team. Read More

A flamboyant left hander, one of the best batsmen in the limited version of the game and a Maharaj of Indian Cricket for a long time and that is Sourav Chandidas Ganguly. India required 227 to win at Belfast, the pitch was favouring the seam bowlers and Makhaya was simply hostile, the ball was heading towards the sky each time he ran into bowl, such was the pace and bounce he was extracting. Read More

Here were two men, as different as chalk and cheese, fighting out their egos and causing frayed nerves and bringing about a lump in the throat of the Indian team. The unwarranted faith in the foreign coach forced Ganguly to cool his heels in the river Hoogly and the task of the steering the Indian Ship was now thrust in the hands of a mute spectator. Not surprisingly, a loud hue and cry reverberated throughout the nation and the Bengali babus threw in their weight for their Prince of Kolkata. Read More

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