A Century is not Enough Summary - Sourav Ganguly

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A Century is not Enough

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What do you write about someone whose life has been reported, analysed, dissected, shot down, appraised, applauded, questioned, ridiculed, and spoken about in both public and in Hushed silences depending on the time and situation. The Scion of Indian Cricket. The Maharaja of Modern Indian 11.Today Cricket in India is not just an obsession .It’s a Media Carousel and an industry in itself. Today the world’s eyes are on India and the Cricket Craze it has become. However it all started with the 1983 World Cup. Ask any Cricket Enthusiast to remember a moment in Indian Cricket History and you will find KAPIL DEV raising the World Cup, in 1983 to MS Dhoni raising the T20 World cup .What will, and now as a part of Modern Cricket Legend, will be the story remembered and narrated, often with pride and glee, of how a Lanky Bengali Cricketer who defied the gentleman’s norms of Cricket, took off his team Jersey in the stands and waved it in a mad wave of Victory like a Flag. That Lanky Cricketer, otherwise usually be-spectacled, bemused, demure and Gentleman off the field, created Cricket notoriety that day at the Mecca of Cricket, The Lords. Some say it was a Victory Dance, some say it was in retaliation to Andrew Flintoff celebrating by taking off his jersey in a match against India in Mumbai earlier the same year. He was none other than the God of the Off Side or DADA (Elder Brother, as he still is referred to) of Indian Cricket, Sourav Chandidas Ganguly.