- Sourav Ganguly denies playing in Legend Cricket League
- Dada’s fans were excited to see the tweet
There is a great buzz on social media about Sourav Ganguly, the former captain and BCCI President of Team India. There was a discussion that Sourav Ganguly could take part in the famous Legends League cricket of former cricketers, after which the cricket fans were excited. But in no time it was clarified by Sourav Ganguly that this is a fake news. How did this complete confusion happen and what did Sourav say, know…
Legends League Cricket was started by bringing former cricketers from different countries on one platform. Three different teams play here, in which many big names of the world including Sachin Tendulkar, Yusuf Pathan, Irfan Pathan, Shane Watson, late Shane Warne have spread their glory.
On Wednesday (July 20), it was informed by tweeting on behalf of Legends League Cricket that 50-year-old Sourav Ganguly will also be a part of the league this year. Sourav Ganguly’s picture and other information were shared in the tweet. This Twitter account is not verified, but a link to the same account is attached on the official website of Legends League Cricket.
Shortly after this tweet, as this news spread on social media and the reactions of the fans started coming. Meanwhile, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly issued a statement quoting news agency PTI and denied it. Sourav Ganguly told PTI, ‘I am not a part of Legends League cricket. The news which is there is completely wrong.
@BCCI President @ Ganguly99 To @PTI_news “I am not a part of any League of Legends. The news is not true.”#crickettwitter
— Kushan Sarkar (@kushansarkar) 20 July 2022
Let us tell you that this year the Legends League cricket is to be played in September-October. For which the atmosphere is being created from now on. It is believed that this time big names like Shane Watson, Irfan Pathan, Suresh Raina can take part in this league.