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When Sourav Ganguly got inspired by Pakistani Cricketer Imran Khan

Imran Khan and I have a fantastic relationship — he said when you fly and you see dark clouds, you find a way to fly higher. I remembered those words during that period. I trained hard.

When Sourav Ganguly got so angry and ran 21 laps at Eden Gardens

One day I got so angry because I wasn’t getting picked and I did not know the reason. I was scoring runs everywhere around the world and in those 10 years I scored more runs that Sachin Tendulkar in one day cricket. One day in 2006, I got so angry that I ran 21 laps at Eden Gardens

When Sachin Tendulkar got surprised with Sourav Ganguly’s retirement decision

When I announced my decision to retire, Sachin came up to me and asked me ‘Why have you taken such a decision?’ I said I’ve had enough, I don’t want to play anymore. He told me ‘This was the best I have seen you play in the last three years’. In life when you get tested, when you get rejected by everyone and when you get pushed aside, you actually get the best out of it. That has been a learning curve for me

Shocking Story – When Sourav Ganguly could have caused war between India and Pakistan & he got call from Musharraf

During India’s tour of Pakistan in 2004, leading the visitors to an ODI and Test triumph, the former India skipper Sourav Ganguly could not make the most of the celebrations due to tight security in the neighboring country back then. “As I was going through my kebabs in that beautiful series in Pakistan. I manage to sneak out of the back door of the hotel because the security was unreal in that series. The police did not know that I had left because I was fed up with the guns and the bullets. In a minute I got a call from the intelligence that you got to leave immediately. I got a call from Musharraf (Pervez) next morning. He said next time you do it and anything happens, it is going to be a war”

Funny Story – When Rajdeep Sardesai recognized Sourav Ganguly on Pakistani Streets

During India’s tour of Pakistan in 2004, leading the visitors to an ODI and Test triumph, the former India skipper Sourav Ganguly could not make the most of the celebrations due to tight security in the neighboring country back then. Once Ganguly said “As I was going through my kebabs in that beautiful series in Pakistan. I manage to sneak out of the back door of the hotel because the security was unreal in that series. I saw Rajdeep coming from far. I was sitting with my friends. The police did not know that I had left because I was fed up with the guns and the bullets. And the moment I saw Rajdeep I said I hope he does not recognize me. He recognizes me from far and says what is the Indian captain doing on food street in Pakistan with friends and my dinner ended there.”

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