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Sachin Tendulkar Hilariously Trolled Sourav Ganguly On His Instagram Picture

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Ever since Sourav Ganguly has been appointed as the President of Board Of Cricket Council Of India (BCCI), he has done a number of tasks, including hosting the first-ever pink-ball Test. But his job isn’t as easy as it looks like. He has been rocking in his new role as BCCI’s president.

Sourav Ganguly has also been vocal about various happening, that includes Rishabh Pant’s poor run of form and the rumors of MS Dhoni taking retirement from all the forms of the game.

on Thursday, Sorav Ganguly took to his Instagram account and shared a picture of himself, having fitness sessions on cold winter mornings. Sharing the picture on his Instagram account, Sourav Ganguly wrote:

“A good fitness session in a cold morning is very freshning ….”

Here, check out his Instagram post:

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A good fitness session in a cold morning is very freshning ….

A post shared by SOURAV GANGULY (@souravganguly) on

Soon the picture went viral as it caught many eyes, people flooded it with their amazing reactions on the comment section.

Batting legend, Sachin Tendulkar also took to his Instagram and appreciated Sourav Ganguly on his picture. Sachin wrote:

“Well done Dadi! Kya baat hai…”

Sourav Ganguly was quick to take notice of Sachin Tendulkar’s comment on his picture, soon he reverted back referring to him as a ‘fitness freak’. Sourav Ganguly wrote:

“…thank u champion …. always was a fitness freak .. u remember the great training days ?”

But Sachin Tendulkar then reminded Ganguly of how he used to skip the training sessions during their playing days. Sachin Tendulkar hilarious trolled Sourav Ganguly with his reply, he wrote:

“Yes Dadi..We all know how much you enjoyed training! Especially ‘Skipping’”

Here, check out their comments:

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Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar were one of the most lethal opening pairs in ODI cricket. They used to smash the opposition all across the ground. They made 6609 runs in 136 innings at an average of 49.32, having put 21-century stands and 23 fifty partnerships in their illustrious career. Even after years of retirement, their tally remains to be the highest.

 

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