Legendary Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly, on Friday, July 8, turned 50 years old.

Dada, as Ganguly is popularly known, is currently the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India

He took charge at the helm back in 2019 and has worked brilliantly for the well-being of Indian cricket.

He served India for as long as 15 years after making his debut back in January 1992 against the West Indies in Brisbane. 

Ganguly’s career took off in 1996 when he scored a sparkling century versus England at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground.

 He captained India to the final of the 2003 World Cup, where the Men in Blue lost to the Aussies at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.

Ganguly was dropped from the Indian team for certain reasons but went on to make a comeback.

In November 2008, the Bengal-born Ganguly donned the national colours for the last time in a Test match against the Aussies in Nagpur.

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