Sourav Ganguly, the skipper who changed the manner in which individuals used to see Indian Cricket. The chief who looked the restriction straight into the eye and made his group by grasping the youthful ability and sustain them to turn into a title holder one day.
Ganguly became skipper of Indian group directly after the match-fixing adventure; the most troublesome and dull long stretches of Indian Cricket. Observers lost their enthusiasm for Indian cricket and individuals who were legends turned into a miscreant out of nowhere.
Nonetheless, it was anything but a simple street for the Bengal Tiger to turn into the chief of Team India, in any event, turning out to be bad habit commander to Sachin Tendulkar was difficult as a previous Indian mentor was fearful of bringing him into a position of authority.
Ashok Malhotra, Indian Cricketers' Association boss and previous selector uncovered that there was an opposition in the administration of making him bad habit skipper as there were a great deal of players who were higher ranking than Ganguly in the changing area.
Malhotra remembers picking Sourav Ganguly as vice-captain
On the off chance that Malhotra recollects effectively, picking Sourav Ganguly as bad habit commander was a harder activity. He recalls that they picked him in Calcutta and the mentor had a few comments; drinks an excess of Coke, takes singles yet not twos, and so on. Malhotra, was the piece of the determination board then.
Malhotra likewise uncovered that previous Indian chief Anil Kumble and Ajay Jadeja. They were in front of Sourav among the leaders of turning into the bad habit skipper.
None of them knew Sourav Ganguly would turn into the chief in light of the fact that Sachin was the commander at that point. He needed to stay at work past 40 hours.
Past Bengal Coach similarly referenced that they had a genuine discussion on the table for picking the negative behavior pattern boss to Sachin and Ganguly was in favor with 3-2. Despite the way that the picture changed when the then BCCI president walked around; and mentioned that they rethink their choice.