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Yuvraj sends birthday wishes to Ganguly


Back in the early days, when Indian cricket wasn’t so fearless, Sourav Ganguly instiled pride among the boys and turned them into potential match winners. When India struggled to make their presence count in overseas, it was Ganguly who entered in the grand scheme of things only to teach his boys play fearless brand of cricket.

Yuvraj sends birthday wishes to Ganguly
Yuvraj Singh and Sourav Ganguly shared a good rapport between each other during their stint at Indian cricket team.

Even today, Sourav Ganguly is so special and it’s because of the legacy he built towards changing the face of Indian cricket. Sourav Ganguly, the Bengal tiger celebrated his birthday today as he turned 47.

Wishes kept pouring in for him on social media today to wish the legendary captain. Among all the wishes, Yuvraj Singh’s birthday message to Ganguly was so special.

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“The man who built and supported us for the future ! You will always be special to me ❤️ Lots of love and best wishes to you dadi. Have a great birthday 🎂 @SGanguly99,” Yuvraj Singh tweeted.

Sourav Ganguly steered Indian cricket team to World Cup 2003 final. Besides his batting instincts, he was always lauded his astute captaincy skills. He was the one who showed winning ways to Indian cricket team.

His unforgettable shirtless celebration on the Lord’s balcony after India’s glorious NatWest series win against England is one of the most iconic moments of Indian cricket.

Sourav Ganguly has been one of the important parts of Indian cricket history. He has played 113 Test matches and scored 7,212 runs at an average of 42.17. Ganguly appeared in 311 One-day Internationals and scored 11,363 runs.

Much to his batting prowess, he is the third highest run-scorer for India in ODIs.

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