Buy Online at low price from Helmet Don-Sourav Ganguly: Cricket, Captaincy and Controversy by Saptarshi Sarkar Publisher: Harper Collins India; 1 edition (19 April 2015) ISBN-13: 978-9351364801 Language: English Paperback: 320 pagesSourav Ganguly: Cricket, Captaincy and Controversy, the name says it all. This book is dedicated to one of the best captain's of India, Sourav Ganguly. A cricketing genius, Ganguly brought positive changes to Indian cricket team, when it was struggling to get over the betting scandal. Out of his many achievement and contributions is that he led the Indian Cricket Team to final of 2003 World Cup. But, almost like every popular celebrity, many adored him, while others were in opposition. His arrogant nature was not hidden by media, neither by his fans. He challenged Greg Chappell over his position in the team and was discarded; but nothing could keep him down. Cricket is his passion and he was never afraid of expressing his views. In this book, the author writes about the roller-coaster ride glorious life of Bengal Tiger- Sourav Ganguly. While his career phase spun around captaincy, cricket and controversies, the book introduces us to different chapters of his life. How Ganguly stepped into controversies in the first place? Why he demanded to have the grass of Nagpur pitch trimmed right before the match? Biography of a man that would testify an era of Indian cricket - Sourav Ganguly: Cricket, Captaincy and Controversy. This book is available in Helmet Don. About the author: Saptarshi Sarkar is blogger, editor and co-founder of the website welovesourav.com, founded in 2005. He writes blogs for the Knight Riders' official website. He has also written for India Today . Saptarshi is a digital-marketing expert and works for Infosys. Apart from writing, he loves to read, is a sports aficionado and have interest in politics and Hollywood classics.
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