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Give me three months and three Ranji games, I’ll score runs for India in Tests: Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly, who last played for India 12 years ago in 2008 and his last first-class match was in 2011, said he is fit enough to score runs in Test cricket if given time to train.

Former India captain and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said he can score runs in Test cricket again if he trains for three months and plays a few Ranji Trophy matches.

Ganguly, who last played for India 12 years ago in 2008 and his last first-class match was in 2011, said he is fit enough to score runs in Test cricket if given time to train.

Ganguly’s comments came while recollecting the last phase of his career in an interview with Bengali newspaper Sangbad Pratidin.

“If I was given two more series in ODIs, I would’ve scored more runs. If I hadn’t retired in Nagpur, I would’ve scored runs in the next two Test series too. In fact even now give me six months to train, let me play three Ranji games, I’ll score runs for India in Test cricket. I don’t even need six months, give me three, I will score runs,” said Ganguly.

“You might not give me an opportunity to play but how will you break the belief inside me?” asked the former India captain.

The former India captain said he was dropped unceremoniously from the ODI side despite being one of the top performers in the 2007-08 season It was kind of unbelievable. I was dropped from the ODI side despite being one of the highest scorers of that calendar year. No matter how good your performance is if the stage is taken away from you then what

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