Manoj Tiwari Wishes 39th President of BCCI On His Birthday

On Friday, July 8, Sourav Ganguly turned 50, and the entire world sent him birthday greetings. 

During his peak, the former India captain had a profound impact on numerous sportsmen and people. 

Everyone is a fan of “DADA,” as seen by the avalanche of birthday wishes for the BCCI president on Twitter, from sports stars to regular people. 

Even politician, musician, and actor from India who represents North East Delhi in parliament wished Dada on his birthday.

He took to his twitter to post a heart warming message along with a picture of Ganguly. In his tweet he wrote:

“Many many happy returns of the day dada @SGanguly99 Have seen your video where u r dancing while celebrating, great to see that. Keep rocking and have a blessed year ahead”

When MS Dhoni made his ODI debut against Bangladesh in 2004, Ganguly was the Men in Blue team’s captain.

Despite being out for a duck, Sourav gave Dhoni opportunities, and later, it was MS Dhoni who was in command as Ganguly played his final Test and ODI.

Sourav Ganguly was a great asset to Indian cricket since he helped shape the sport and point it in the right direction during the 2000s. 

Ganguly has accomplished incredible exploits, including scoring 100 in a World Cup semifinal, scoring 100 on his Test debut, scoring 10,000+ runs in ODI, 7000+ runs in Tests, and leading India to the 2003 World Cup final, among many more.

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