‘Enjoying the practice’, Sourav Ganguly confirms he will play a special charity match in Legends League Cricket

BCCI Chairman Sourav Ganguly has confirmed that he will return to the cricket ground for a special charity match in the upcoming second season of Legends League cricket (LLC).

Ganguly is one of the finest cricketers to ever play the game. The southpaw made his Test debut at Lord’s in 1996 and announced his arrival in style by scoring 131.

Ganguly was later named India’s captain and with his leadership skills he led the country to great heights in the game of cricket. The current BCCI chairman has ushered in a new era in Indian cricket, winning matches and series overseas. He led India to the 2002 Natwest Trophy and the Champions Trophy, in addition to a runner-up finish at the 2003 World Cup.

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Not only with his leadership, but his stick was also highly regarded in the early 2000s as he won many games for his team single-handedly. Ganguly played until 2009, having represented India in 113 Test matches and 311 ODIs.

Ganguly’s elegant stick will witness it again as he returns to action and takes part in the next season of Legends League Cricket, in which he will play a special charitable role.

Taking to his official Instagram account, Sourav Ganguly announced his return to cricket. He posted the video of his training and revealed that he will participate in the unique charity fundraising game during the LLC as part of the special celebration of India’s Independence Day.

“Enjoying training to prepare to play for charity fundraising game for azadi ka mahatsov..75 years of indian independence and also women empowerment with top cricket legends league legends @llct20 must hit some cricket balls soon..”, Sourav Ganguly captioned the video.

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Speaking of LLC, the second edition of the tournament will take place in India in September 2022. The league this time will see six teams compete against each other. The likes of Dale Steyn, Eoin Morgan, Ross Taylor, Lance Klusener, Harbhajan Singh, Jacques Kallis and Irfan Pathan are all set to feature.

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