Estimate Sourav Ganguly Net Worth In 2021
● The major source of income: Cricket/Sports, Brand Endorsements (INR 584 crore)
● Car collection: BMW G3 10 GS, Mercedes Benz CLK 230. BMW 7 Series, Audi Q5
● Age: 48 years
● Height: 5’10”
● Weight: 68 kg
● Spouse: Dona Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly Family: Father, Mother, Sister
Father: Chandidas Ganguly
Mother: Nirupa Ganguly
Brother: Snehashish Ganguly
Wife: Dona Ganguly
Daughter: Sana Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly Educational Qualification
● Education, Qualification: St. Xavier’s Collegiate School, Kolkata, SSC
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The former India captain is expected to become the BCCI President, the most coveted position in cricket. The ‘Prince of Bengal’ is said to have been overwhelmingly chosen for this position. Let’s take a look at some of his major achievements in cricket.
1. The Bengals made their debut in 1989.
Ganguly, a sports aficionado, had a strong preference for cricket. Snehasish, Ganguly’s older brother, encouraged him to pursue his dream of becoming a cricketer. When Ganguly was in tenth grade, he was enrolled in a cricket coaching camp.
His cricket career began with a century against the Orissa Under-15 side, followed by a stint as captain of the St. Xavier School cricket team and a spot on the Bengal Cricket Team.
2. ODI Debut in 1992
After a successful Ranji Trophy season in 1990-91, Ganguly made his One Day International (ODI) debut for India against the West Indies, scoring three runs. For his apparent arrogance, he was fired.
Dada, on the other hand, hit 113 against Sri Lanka in 1997, which was his first ODI century.
3. Ranji Season of 1994
Despite his ODI defeat in 1992, he put in a lot of effort in the Ranji seasons of 1993-94 and 1994-95. His performance at Ranji earned him a recall to the national squad for the 1996 England tour.
4. Debut of the test in 1996
Sourav Ganguly made a statement in his 1996 Test debut, stating that he is here to stay and proving it by making a century against England at Lord’s.
5. ODI World Cup, 1999
In the historic World Cup 1999 encounter between India and Sri Lanka, Dada set a record by making 183, the highest individual score by an Indian batsman in an ODI World Cup. Dada captured a million hearts with this world-record-breaking achievement.
6. Captaincy of India in the year 2000
Ganguly was named captain of the Indian cricket team shortly after the match rigging controversy involving some of the squad’s players.
In South Africa, Ganguly’s captaincy helped India win a number of series. It also helped India reach the ICC KnockOut Trophy final in 2000 and the ICC Cricket World Cup final in 2003.
7. Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan, Padma Bhushan, Padma
In 2004, Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam bestowed the Padma Shri award on Ganguly for his significant contributions to cricket.
8. International Comeback in 2007
After a string of misfortunes, Ganguly made a remarkable return in the first Test against South Africa, scoring a crucial 51.
He was named to the official team for the 2007 Cricket World Cup and was the leading run-scorer for India against Bangladesh in the first round.
He retired from international cricket in 2008 and captained the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League between 2008 and 2010.
9. President of the CAB since September 2015
Following his retirement, Ganguly became the head of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB), West Bengal’s governing body for cricket.
10. The BCCI Presidency will begin on October 10th, 2019.
Dada is expected to become the second Indian cricketer to serve as the president of the BCCI, following Maharaja of Vizianagaram, who filed his nomination for the position at the Indian cricket board’s headquarters in Mumbai.
● Films: None
● Television Shows: Dadagiri
● Awards and Achievements: Padma Shri(2004), Arjuna Award for Cricket(1997), the Only man who won four consecutive Man of the Match Awards in One Day Internationals
● Official Social Media Profiles: https://www.instagram.com/souravganguly/