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BCCI president Sourav Ganguly rings bell at Eden Gardens ahead of third IND vs NZ T20 - WATCH

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly rings bell at Eden Gardens forward of third IND vs NZ T20 – WATCH | Cricket Information

Former India captain and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly rang the bell at iconic Eden Gardens in Kolkata forward of the third and final T20I between India and New Zealand. 
Beforehand many legends have rang the bell at Eden Gardens, a practice which was launched by Ganguly himself when he was serving because the president of the Cricket Affiliation of Bengal (CAB). Throughout his tenure as CAB president, he couldn’t ring the bell as per the protocols. CAB president Avishel Dalmiya, this time, determined that Ganguly who began off this custom will ring the bell. 
Since changing into the BCCI president, Ganguly has had totally different challenges that has come up in opposition to him, together with the IPL getting postponed twice on account of coronavirus pandemic. However his management has ensured the graceful functioning of the BCCI even throughout these difficult instances.
_ That second when Mr. Sourav Ganguly, President, BCCI rang the well-known Eden Gardens bell to begin the proceedings. _ _#TeamIndia #INDvNZ @Paytm | @SGanguly99 pic.twitter.com/uCIiADbpcx
— BCCI (@BCCI) November 21, 2021
Two days again, Ganguly was additionally made the chairmain of the ICC’s Cricket Commitee, the place he changed Anil Kumble.
Earlier, Indian captain Rohit Sharma received a hat-trick of tosses and elected to bat in opposition to New Zealand within the series-ending third T20 Worldwide on Sunday.
India rested KL Rahul and Ravichandran Ashwin as they’d characteristic within the upcoming Take a look at collection, giving Ishan Kishan and Yuzvendra Chahal a go within the useless rubber.
Mitchell Santner was named New Zealand captain as Tim Southee was rested as part of workload administration programme and Lockie Ferguson got here in his place.
Observe the Ind vs NZ third T20I LIVE weblog right here
With inputs from PTI

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