New Delhi [India], May 6 (ANI): Sourav Ganguly, former India skipper and the current president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Wednesday shared a throwback picture of him training at the Lord's Cricket Ground.
Ganguly shared the picture on his Instagram account and captioned the post as: Memories .. training at Lords day before my test debut in 1996".
The left-handed batsman made his Test debut against England in 1996 at the Lord's Cricket Ground.
In his opening Test, Ganguly came out to bat at number three and played a knock of 131 runs from 301 balls, studded with 20 fours.
His innings helped India post a total of 429 runs and gain a lead of 85 over the hosts England.
England managed to hang on in the second innings for a draw.
Over the years, Ganguly went on to become one of the most successful Indian skippers.
Under his leadership, India defeated Pakistan in Pakistan for the first time in a Test series. He also guided India to the finals of the 2003 Cricket World Cup.
Ganguly played 113 Tests and 311 ODIs.
The swashbuckling left-handed batsman scored 18,575 runs across all formats in his international career.
In October 2019, Ganguly became the president of the BCCI. (ANI)