After India’s most recent T20 World Cup 2022 match, in which they were defeated by South Africa, many fans and experts have begun to question the credentials of Rohit Sharma and the rest of Team India’s players. However, Sourav Ganguly, a player who had captained India and believes the team can make it to the final in Australia. Ganguly stated the following while speaking at the Annual General Meeting of the Cricket Association of Bengal: “India only lost one match. India will qualify. Everyone is doing good. India will qualify, I hope. I am hopeful that India will play finals. Let them qualify, and after that they will play last two games. That can be anyone’s game.”
Ganguly also expressed his best wishes for success to his brother Snehashish, who will now serve as the leader of CAB. Beginning on Monday, October 31, the CAb was turned over to the newly elected administration. The former head of the BCCI was quoted as saying that “This is the new team to lead CAB. All of them are very much experienced. We hope they will do good. I don’t have to give any suggestions to them. They all know what to do. They will do good. Next year there is World Cup. Not difficult to organise World Cup.”
The man, who is now 50 years old, added that he wished the office bearers would assist the Bengal players and that he hoped they would. “I think the new office bearers will also do well for the players. There are a lot of skills in the Bengal cricket team like Shahbaz Ahmed, Shami is also playing, and Mukesh Kumar is there,” he said. “Bengal is performing nicely. Every time they play fantastic cricket.”
The Indian cricket team is now competing in Australia, and Shami is there with them. During the opening victory over Pakistan, the veteran bowler took one wicket, and then he backed that up with another against Netherlands. During India’s loss to South Africa, he was the team’s best bowler, collecting one wicket over the course of four overs while allowing 13 runs to be scored.
Ganguly just resigned from his position as chief of the BCCI on October 18 in Mumbai. Roger Binny was elected to take over as President of the organisation.