BCCI President Sourav Ganguly Denies News of Him Making an On-Field Comeback in Legends Cricket League: BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has denied the reports of him making a comeback in the Legends Cricket Leagues. Legends Cricket League is a T20 game played by all the legends in cricket. All the retired players come out to play a T20 Cricket League like the Indian Premier League.
Many reports entered, stating Sourav Ganguly to be amongst the Indian players participating in the Legends Cricket Leagues. Sourav Ganguly is the President of the BCCI and cleared out all the rumors via PTI. He stated, “I am not a part of any Legends Leagues. The news is not true.”
Ganguly was the last on-field in the Cricket All Stars Series in 2015, held in the USA. He was the last present in a major league in IPL 2012. Sourav was part of the Pune Warriors and captained the team. He later became the mentor of the franchise.
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BCCI President Sourav Ganguly Denies News of Him Making an On-Field Comeback in Legends Cricket League
Ganguly took commentary after retiring from professional cricket. He later joined the BCCI’s Advisory Committee and then in 2019 was elected as the BCCI President. Sourav Ganguly will be missing from the game. Harbhajan Singh, Virender Sehwag, Irfan Pathan and Yusuf Pathan will be the part of Legends Cricket League.
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