Sourav Ganguly gets big responsibility, becomes ICC Cricket Committee chairman, replaces Anil Kumble

New Delhi: Former Indian cricket captain and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has been named chairman of the ICC Men’s Cricket Committee. He will replace Anil Kumble, who held the post for nine years. Kumble had completed three terms of three years each. Now he could not stay in the post for long. Kumble has been close to BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, who was also India’s Test captain. The International Cricket Council oversees the conditions and rules of the game.

Ganguly is one of the most successful captains in India
Incumbent Sourav Ganguly is considered one of India’s most successful captains. He made his debut at Lord’s in 1996, scoring a century against England. Ganguly captained India in 49 Tests and 146 ODIs. It was Sourav Ganguly who taught the Indian team to fight on foreign soil. He won 21 of 49 Test matches under his captaincy.

Sourav Ganguly’s cricket career
Former captain Sourav Ganguly has scored 113 runs for India. Played Test matches in which he scored 7212 runs. Ganguly has 16 hundreds and 35 fifties in Tests. His highest score in the biggest format of cricket was 239 runs. He also represented India in 311 ODIs. He scored 11363 runs in ODIs. Ganguly’s highest ODI score was 183. In ODIs, Ganguly hit 72 half-centuries, including 22 centuries.

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