Ganguly

India
February 10, 2007 10:35am CST
Ganguly's captainship
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@atul_asv (523)
• India
10 Feb 07
thoes were past days when dada was doing dadagiri. now its dravid time.
• India
11 Feb 07
yes...but see dada will come back on driver seat...wait n watch
• India
11 Feb 07
i think saurav ganguly is the best captain.but we can not compare him with rahul dravid .in the dravids captaincy ,we wonso many matches .and also we won so many cups .rahul dravid have the chasing record.
• India
13 Feb 07
Yes...u r right but ganguly is the dynamic compare to rahul..Rahul is dhila...we have chased 326 against england hope u recall which is in ganguly's captinship
• India
11 Feb 07
ya ganguly is the best captaain for the indian team he should be there for long time as captain..
• India
11 Feb 07
thanks yes he is the best but cricket board is now become a polictical ground...hope for the best for dada
@starpawan (176)
• India
10 Feb 07
ganguly is the best CAPTIAN of INDIAN TEAM...
• India
11 Feb 07
yes thanks for your reply....keep in touch
@laddii (27)
• India
12 Feb 07
Sourav Ganguly marked his return to the scheme of Indian Test cricket with a fine 83 against Rest of South Africa at Potchefstroom. Though the top order came a cropper against quick, seaming pace attack and Irfan Pathan hit his maiden first-class century, Ganguly was the focus across the dailies. In the Hindustan Times, Kadambari Murali admits the pleasure of watching Ganguly show " a disbelieving world just what cussed self-belief can do". The glamourous shots were there, she notes , and the man exuded a calm, composed nature while batting - despite being clanged on the head by the impressive Morne Morkel. The Hindu's S Dinakar analyses Ganguly's innings and notes an unmistakable solidity about his ways at the crease: The left-hander played close to his body, revealed sound judgment in the corridor. He firmly got behind the line of the ball, was poised in, both, defence and offence. He has changed his stance. Earlier he was leaning too heavily on his front leg. Now, he is more upright, more balanced. His body weight better distributed, his footwork against the pacemen has improved. In Ganguly's backyard, The Telegraph praised the manner in which he "overcame the adverse situation bravely after yet another top-order failure against the pace attack had left India tottering at the brink".