Sachin Tendulkar threatened Sourav Ganguly to end his career! this was the big reason


Team India: Under the captaincy of Sourav Ganguly, Team India knew how to win not only in India but also abroad, but once Sourav Ganguly received a threat to end his career. In the year 1997, the captain of the Indian cricket team was Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin Tendulkar once threatened Sourav Ganguly to end his career.

What was the whole matter?

Actually, under the captaincy of Sachin Tendulkar, Team India toured the West Indies in the year 1997. On this tour, India lost the third Test against West Indies in Barbados by 38 runs. Due to this result, in the end, Team India lost the 5-match Test series 0-1. India had to chase 120 runs to win the Barbados Test match.

Sachin Tendulkar was very angry

Tendulkar was confident of victory in this match and asked a restaurant owner to keep a champagne ready for the post-win party, but Team India was all out for 81 in the fourth innings. India lost this match by 38 runs. Sachin Tendulkar was very angry after the defeat.

Tendulkar threatens to end Ganguly’s career

After this, Sourav Ganguly went to his room to calm Sachin Tendulkar’s anger. Sachin had asked Ganguly to accompany him on the morning walk the next day, but Ganguly did not come. Sachin Tendulkar did not like this behavior of Sourav Ganguly and he threatened Ganguly to end his career. Sachin Tendulkar had told Ganguly that he would send him home and end his cricketing career.

Sachin is one of the great batsmen of the world

Sachin Tendulkar was one of the great batsmen of the world, but his record as captain was not very impressive. Sachin Tendulkar captained Team India from 1996 to 2000. Sachin Tendulkar had captained India in 98 international matches, out of which Team India won 27 matches and lost 52 matches.

Sachin’s captaincy record

Under the captaincy of Sachin Tendulkar, India won 23 matches out of 73 One Day Internationals. Whereas in Test matches, Team India won only 4 out of 25 matches under the captaincy of Sachin. After a disappointing performance in the year 2000, Sachin had said goodbye to the captaincy of Team India. After this, the selection committee appointed Ganguly as the new captain. Sourav Ganguly captained India in 49 Tests and 147 ODIs.



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