Sourav Ganguly spell with the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) ended up being a disputable one. He was named as their captain for the debut season, yet the group couldn’t make the semis. At that point in 2009, he was sacked as their chief and before the 2011 closeout, he was taken out as a player also. His souring relationship with Australia’s John Buchanan didn’t assist his with causing either.
In 2011 he went unsold after which he joined the now-dead Pune Warriors India (PWI) as a substitution of quick bowler Ashish Nehra. Right around 10 years after Ganguly’s spell with KKR, veteran artist Abhijeet Bhattacharya hammered group proprietor Shah Rukh Khan for abusing ‘Dada’.
Sourav Ganguly gave us what is the part of a skipper in cricket, says Bhattacharya
Bhattacharya is certifiably not an immense devotee of the IPL and figures that it ought to be an Indian issue where he accepts that unfamiliar players hoard the spotlight. “I don’t burn through my time viewing IPL. Or maybe I would play ravine cricket. That is all the more engaging for me,” the 61-year-old Bhattacharya was cited as saying in a talk with Sportskeeda.
The veteran, who has worked with the Knights group proprietor in Bollywood, said that Ganguly was dispirited. Abhijeet didn’t mince any words to hammer Greg Chappell and Kiran More also. The Ganguly-Chappell adventure is a loosely held bit of information and it stays to be perhaps the most obscure part throughout the entire existence of Indian cricket.
“Shahrukh Khan made KKR and afterward eliminated Sourav Ganguly. It seemed like he came uniquely to do that. Sourav Ganguly gave us what is the function of a commander in cricket, however then any semblance of Greg Chappell and Kiran More dampened him. Next, Shahrukh Khan said that eliminate him and choose another person. Thus, to dishearten him so much wasn’t right,” he expressed.
In his IPL profession, Ganguly played 59 matches where he scored 1,349 runs at a normal of 25.45. He last played a match in the competition in 2012 against the Knights itself at the MCA Stadium in Pune. At the current point in time, he is the BCCI president and has been praised for his enthusiastic endeavors for the advancement of Indian cricket.