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Kolkata Knight Riders Cricket player, Former Indian Cricket Captain

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Sourav Chandidas Ganguly is a former Indian cricketer, and captain of the Indian national team. Born into an affluent family, Ganguly was introduced into the world of cricket by his elder brother Snehasish. He started his career by playing in state and school teams. There his playmanship was appreciated, he was only mildly successful and was condemned as being arrogant. Currently, he is the 5th highest run scorer in ODIs and was the 5th person in history to cross the 10,000 run landmark and only the 2nd Indian to cross that landmark after Sachin Tendulkar.

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 I request him (Hayden) to behave like an international player, 
— Sourav Ganguly on Hayden's comments that Sourava chickened out of 2004 Nagpur Test because of the green wicket there / February 05, 2011
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 He remembered Brisbane in Nagpur. Just want to remind him of my hundred in Brisbane in the first Test. Also since 2003, we have beaten them (Australia) everytime in Brisbane. Me and Bhajji have been important part of Indian team on all those wins, 
— Sourav Ganguly on Hayden's comments that Sourava chickened out of 2004 Nagpur Test because of the green wicket there / February 05, 2011
 Yes, there will be a lot of pressure - that is bound to happen. But you have to deal with it. There is no choice. The players should accept this fact and get on with it, 
— Sourav Ganguly suggesting India to embrace pressure in the 2011 World Cup / January 29, 2011
 Since we are playing at home, everyone, right from housekeepers to the Prime Minister of the country, will expect our team to win, 
— Sourav Ganguly suggesting Indian cricket team to embrace pressure in the 2011 World Cup / January 29, 2011
 I think the team lacked confidence in 2007. There were a lot of things weighing heavy on their minds. Players were coming in and going out of the squad and that created uncertainty. 
— Sourav Ganguly feels the current Indian cricket team can put to rest the disappointment of the 2007 World Cup / January 29, 2011

 We were not up to the mark in last five overs, gave away 60-odd runs. Then we kept losing wickets in run chase. We have to address that. Last four-five overs (of the Chennai innings) took the game away from us, 
— Sourav Ganguly saying poor bowling in the death led to the loss against Chennai Super Kings / March 16, 2010
 We'll talk about our death bowling, but you have to give credit to Dhoni for the shots he played, 
— Sourav Ganguly on losing to Chennai Super Kings in the IPL / March 16, 2010

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