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Ganguly gets trolled by his daughter on Instagram


BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has been actively doing his duties at BCCI office. Even in hectic time, Ganguly somehow finds a way to relax himself as he keeps posting his whereabouts on social media. However, little did he know that he would get trolled by his daughter Sana not once but twice on social media.

Ganguly gets trolled by his daughter on Instagram

The drama started when Ganguly posted a picture from his journey to London. Earlier, in December, when the former Indian captain shared a picture of him working on Sundays, Sana trolled her dad with a comment: “Guess who’s not working and in bed till 12, Way to go, dad.”

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Sourav Ganguly, on Wednesday, posted a picture on his Instagram account. He took the selfie on a flight to London and captioned it as, “Another destination …. ????”.

The post also received a comment from Ganguly’s daughter Sana. She pulled her father’s leg and then replied: “The one which you are very happy to go without me.”

Ganguly gets trolled by his daughter on Instagram
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Sourav Ganguly recently flew to England to discuss the four-nation series proposal. Speaking to news agency IANS, reliable sources said that discussing some of the areas of how the four-nation tournament will be played out and how that actually fits into the Future Tours Programme is surely on the cards as BCCI chief headed to the UK.

Just days after taking charge as BCCI President, Sourav Ganguly had announced that BCCI is looking forward to a four-nation series each year that would involve the likes of big four teams namely India, England, Australia and another top nation. BCCI officials had earlier held meetings with their counterparts ECB and CA.

“Yes, Ganguly headed to the UK from the Eden Gardens on Wednesday and there will be talks around the 4-nation tournament during his stay there. Cricket Australia officials could also join in. That depends on how things progress as some things need looking into,” the source added.

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