British Parliament honours Sourav Ganguly, president of the BCCI

Sourav Ganguly, the president of the BCCI, will never forget the day the former India captain was honoured by the British Parliament on Wednesday.

It was good to receive recognition as a Bengali from the British Parliament. In the Parliament, that was remarked Sourav Ganguly, the president of the BCCI, in an exclusive interview with ANI.

When he led India to victory in the Natwest final in 2002, the legendary Indian cricketer was honoured on the same day, July 13.

Chasing 400 runs in the fourth innings is never easy, and it was the highest run chase in history.

"If we can win the T20 and the One Day, I think we'll be very successful," Ganguly said.

Sourav Ganguly turned 50 on July 8, and his celebration videos near the London Eye went viral on social media.

We live in this house (London). My daughter attends classes here. . It was a lot of fun. "I enjoyed every minute of it," Ganguly said.