Ganguly Calls Kohli as ‘Most Important Man in Indian Cricket’

Ganguly Calls Kohli as ‘Most Important Man in Indian Cricket’

Ganguly Calls Kohli as ‘Most Important Man in Indian Cricket’

The Indian Cricket Team skipper will meet Ganguly to decide if he will play in the T20I series against Bangladesh

Sourav Ganguly spoke on a press conference after he finally sat as the new president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). He spoke about Indian Cricket Team skipper Virat Kohli who is still tentative for playing in the upcoming T20I series against Bangladesh. The newly-elect president said that he will speak to Kohli about his plans.

Ganguly also said that Kohli is the most important man in Indian cricket. ‘He is the captain of India. He is the most important man in Indian cricket. I look at that way. We will support him in every way. He wants to make this team the best in the world’.

‘It's a great team... the way they have been a fantastic side with the way they have played their cricket in the last 3-4 years. Yes, you can say they haven't won the World Cup but you don't win World Cups every time. Hopefully, we will support whatever he wants and ensure Indian cricket moves forward smoothly’, he added.

Before the Test series against South Africa ended, there had been speculations that Virat Kohli will be rested for the T20I series but he will play for Tests. Further announcements will be made by the BCCI as they select the players for the home series against Bangladesh.

The Bangladesh Cricket Team’s tour of India will begin with its first T20I match on November 3. Odds of the upcoming match will be available soon. Check out the latest cricket odds on Betwala.

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