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Will try to play one day-night Test every year in India: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly

New BCCI boss Sourav Ganguly trusts in any event one day-night Test to be played each year in India while dismissing any inquiries with respect to part captaincy.

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has been standing out as truly newsworthy since the time he documented his selection for the desired post. In the wake of taking the pivotal choice to hold India’s first-since forever day-night Test in Kolkata versus Bangladesh, Ganguly has been caught up with attempting to include the different partners of Indian cricket in his arrangements.

Ina n selective meeting to Hindustan Times, Ganguly shed light on the eventual fate of day-night Tests in India, while likewise uncovering whether it is hard to get control over torch Indian commander Virat Kohli.

On Day-Night Tests

“We will attempt to play one consistently in India. That is without a doubt. At the point when India go on visit, we will converse with the leading group of the nation we are visiting and check whether we can highlight in one.”

Split Captaincy in white-ball cricket

“It has regularly been pondered whether Rohit Sharma’s understanding of driving the Mumbai Indians in the IPL and furthermore the national side without Kohli is sufficient for him to be made the white-ball chief. I don’t feel that is required to be even talked about now,” said Ganguly.

On his new job

“I have a tremendous confidence in myself. You give me something and in the event that it should be convoluted, I figure I will. Furthermore, that no one turned into a decent cricketer sitting in the changing area. You may be regarded in the event that you take a troublesome test head-on. Do as well as can possibly be expected. Disregard me and I may nod off.”

Is it hard to manage Virat Kohli?

“Not troublesome by any means. I just won’t engage in group determination matters,” said Ganguly.

Different measures to expand enthusiasm for Tests

“These things move in a cycle. Indeed, I was disillusioned with the presentation of South Africa on their last visit yet I surmise they need some an opportunity to get things all together and be the group I played against. It is the equivalent with Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Some time back, Australia were not doing very well yet they have now made something happen.”

On the national determination board of trustees

“We will take a gander at individuals who have understanding and skill

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