Pink Ball Test Debut: Ganguly Shares Pictures Of Pink Sweets

 Pink Ball Test Debut: Ganguly Shares Pictures Of Pink Sweets

In the second Test against Bangladesh at Eden Gardens beginning on Friday, Sourav Ganguly, the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, was astonished by the seeing pink sweets.

Moreover, in Kolkata before Team India’s pink ball debut, in the second Test against Bangladesh at Eden Gardens Pink sweets amazed all.

Besides, “Sweets go pink in Kolkata,” Sourav Ganguly captioned the photo of pink Sandesh — a delicacy dawning from the Bengal zone.

Further, Ganguly also shared a video, depicting pink colours. Besides, the video showcases the zeal related to the upcoming cricket match.

“Well BCCI and Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB)… look forward to 5 days @JayShah,” Ganguly captioned the video.

Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Chandidas Ganguly was born on 8 July 1972, affectionately known as Dada. He is an Indian retired cricketer, commentator and administrator who played as a left-handed opening batsman. He also remained captain of the Indian national team.

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Besides, he is the current president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India. He also presides over Wisden India. Further, he was the President of Cricket Association of Bengal before getting elected as the President of BCCI.

Moreover, Ganguly is regarded as one of the most celebrated captains in the Cricket world. He is considered one of the best leading batsman across the world.

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With the utmost efforts of coach Ravi Shastri and captain Virat Kohli, India is all set to dominate the global cricket. Besides, the addition of Ganguly in the Indian team has further strengthened the capabilities of Indian cricketers.

Moreover, after long holding the most advanced change in Test cricket, India will follow the party that is directed at growing crowds and TV viewers for the longest format of cricket.

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Additionally, Day-night tests were enthusiastically started in 2015 but it took India a new BCCI administration under retired captain Ganguly to get the pink ball.

Ahead of the ongoing series, Ganguly persuaded the Bangladesh Cricket Board to play a match under floodlights, ahead of the current series. Furthermore, Ganguly has orchestrated an impressive exhibition at the Eden Gardens.

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