Former skipper and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has named 5 Indian cricketers from the present lot he would have sought after in his Check group. In 2000, the match-fixing scandal engulfed the Indian camp, and Ganguly was once then made the captain of the facet. As quickly because the left-handed batsman changed into the skipper, he began grooming new skill. , was once lately considering a talk consultation with Indian opening batsman Mayank Agarwal. It was once then the previous skipper was once requested in regards to the 5 gamers he would have sought after in his Check squad.
“It is a very tricky query, Mayank, as a result of I believe each technology the gamers are other, gamers face demanding situations another way in several generations, pitches, high quality of opposition,” Ganguly instructed Mayank in a video on BCCI website online.
“Out of your present group, I might have liked to have within the facet, within the facet. I can opt for (Jasprit) Bumrah as a result of I had Zaheer (Khan) on the different finish. I might additionally opt for Mohammed Shami after Javagal Srinath retired as a result of I believe Mohammed Shami is an improbable bowler,” he added.
“So I have were given Rohit, I have were given Virat, I have were given Bumrah, I have were given Shami, so I have were given 4. I had Harbhajan (Singh) and Anil Kumble in my facet, so (R) Ashwin can be my 3rd spinner. I might be very tempted to have Ravindra Jadeja additionally,” Ganguly additional said.
The left-handed batsman had made his Check debut towards England in the summertime of 1996. He instantly made headlines as he went on to attain a century in his maiden Check at Lord’s.
The 48-year-old Ganguly had guided India to the finals of the 2003 Global Cup and the facet simply fell brief within the summit conflict towards Australia.