One of India's most successful captains, Sourav Ganguly, who was known as the 'God of offside' with his ultimate skill of playing shots offside, has achieved a lot of laurels throughout his illustrious career.
Ganguly, who is well remembered for his elegant style of playing shots and huge contribution to the Indian Cricket throughout his career spanning around 15 years long, is currently working as President of Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) after his retirement from the game of gentlemen’s.
Despite facing several ups and downs in his career, Ganguly has completely changed the entire face of the Indian cricket and since then it has been continuously raising day by day.
However, the legendary batsman has enjoyed fruitful time during his playing days and then as Cricket Commentator and currently enjoying a great time off the field.
Although, Ganguly has not too much missed the game, but he been missing only the pressure of the early morning when he used to wake up to get match ready.
As per reports in Economic Times, Ganguly said, “Life is great. I enjoy what I do now and finances are not a problem. The one thing I do miss though is that pressure at 7:30 in the morning when I used to wake up to get ready for a Test match or a one-day game.”
He signed off by saying, “I knew that I would be judged throughout the day. I would either be successful or I would be a failure. That’s missing now.”