Sourav Ganguly showed real ‘dadagiri’ on these 3 occasions

Sourav Ganguly is called the game changer captain in the history of Indian cricket. Sourav, who took command of the team in the 90s, took the task of making Team India out of the quagmire of fixing and making it the best team in the world and he also achieved success in it. Under the captaincy of Sourav, India played the final of the World Cup 2003, under his captaincy the Indian team had the courage to win on foreign soil.

Sourav Ganguly (Sourav Ganguly) had brought some such gems in Team India, who have served Indian cricket for many years. It includes the names of legendary players like Virender Sehwag, Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh. Along with this, Sourav was also seen as one of the most aggressive captain in the field. Sourav used to stand as a shield for his team all the time, be it any kind of issue with the opposing team. Let us tell you through this article that on which occasions Sourav Ganguly showed the real ‘Dadagiri’.

Sourav Ganguly’s warning to Arnold

In the Champions Trophy 2002, there was a heated argument between Sourav Ganguly and Sri Lankan batsman Russell Arnold. During this, former Indian spin bowler Anil Kumble was bowling. On his ball, Arnold tried to play a shot towards the direction of the point. But they did not get success. After this Russell was trying to make a rough patch on the pitch. So that when India comes to bat, the batsmen have to face the problem.

At that time Rahul Dravid was doing wicketkeeping for Team India, he noticed this act of Russell and the captain Sourav Ganguly (Sourav Ganguly) about it. After this, Sourav got angry and lashed out at the Sri Lankan batsman and warned him not to repeat this act.