Thursday, December 13, 2007

Australia vs India Series 2007-08: Role of Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly, who is the part of Indian batting trio and thought him the most successful captain in Indian cricket history, has come under limelight after becoming two prestigious awards ‘Man of the match’ and ‘Man of the series’ against Pakistan in the three-match Test series. And because of Sourav’s highest 239 runs and maiden double in Test career and fighting 91 runs in the second innings of the Third test at the M. Chinnaswamy stadium helped India could make a chasing score against Pakistan. And because of him India team got Test series win against Pakistan after 27 years. He scored total 330 runs in the last match including inspirational 239 runs in the first innings gave him the Man of the match award and his total of 534 from five innings, apart from his four wickets, also made him the Man of the series. Ganguly was set to join the elite club in the 99th Test but unfortunately he got out in the ball of Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Sami to give catch in the hand of Iqbal and because of his unfortunate out he couldn’t join a most exclusive club — those with a double hundred and a hundred in the same Test. But he had completed 1,000 runs in a calendar year at that stage.

Indian left-handed veteran batsman Sourav Ganguly is now in form. And his impressive form in Test series will inspire him to play well against Australia in their soil at the end of this year.

It is obviously a good news for the fans Sourav Ganguly that he has got back his form. So, their fans can expect him to see a continuous performance against Australia. I hope he should show his best performance at the age of his 35 year. And his wicket should be the main target to Australian bowlers. Australian bowlers should try to send back him in the pavilion as early as possible. Now, it is the time to what he performs against Australia in their soil.

Dear fans can Sourav Ganguly continuous his performance and make prevent against mighty Australia team?

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