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Sourav Chandidas Ganguly is a former Indian test cricketer, and captain of the Indian national team. As of October 2008, he was India's most successful Test captain to date, winning 21 tests out of 49 tests he captained and leading India into the 2003 World Cup finals. An aggressive captain, Ganguly is credited with having nurtured the careers of many young players who played under him. The left-handed Ganguly was a prolific One Day International batsman, with over 11,000 ODI runs to his credit. Despite ODI success, his Test place was often lost to younger players towards the later stages of his career. On October 7 2008, Ganguly announced that the Test series against Australia starting that month would be his last. Ganguly played his last first-class match on 21 December 2008. The youngest son of Chandidas and Nirupa Ganguly, Ganguly was born on 8 July 1972 in
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