Sourav entered the Pakistan dressing room by jumping the wall in the middle of the match, did this with the bowler, had become…

New Delhi. It is about India’s 2003-04 Pakistan tour. Sourav Ganguly was the captain of the Indian team. His image was of such a player, whose nature was very rude. Most people thought it best to keep distance from them. His attitude inside and outside the field was going to make people uncomfortable. Pakistan’s off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq got injured during a match.

Saqlain was sitting in the Pakistani dressing room after the injury. Suddenly, don’t know what Sourav thought, he reached Pakistan’s dressing room with coffee in hand. In fact, there was only a small wall between the two dressing rooms, which could be easily walled up. Grandfather approached Saqlain and asked about his condition while holding coffee. Saqlain Mushtaq could not have expected mild-temperedness from the grandfather of strict image. Saqlain took coffee. There was a conversation between the two. During this Sourav Ganguly also gave some tips to Saqlain.

Former Pakistan off-spinner said in an interview, the incident of that day made me a fan of Dada. I could recognize the soft person inside him. According to Saqlain, we were convinced of Sourav Ganguly’s greatness as a player, but as a human being, he made me his follower that day.

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Sourav Ganguly, who has been the captain of several teams in the IPL, is in the role of the cricket director of Delhi Capitals in this season of the league. Sourav has also been the mentor of Delhi in IPL 2019. However, the Delhi Capitals, led by David Warner, did not have a good start in the tournament. He was defeated by Lucknow Super Giants by 50 runs in the first match.

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