Dilip Vengsarkar compares Sourav Ganguly with Shane Warne – Cricket News Update

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Former Indian captain, Dilip Vengsarkar, is extremely impressed with the leadership skills of Pune Warriors’ captain, Sourav Ganguly, and expressed that the left-hander can play the role Shane Warne played for Royals in the previous editions of
the league.
The 39-year-old cricketer retired from international cricket in 2008, but he has been playing franchise cricket since then. The all-rounder played for Kolkata Knight Riders earlier in his career, but since the last season, he is representing the
In the absence of, Sourav was appointed as the captain of Pune for the on-going season.
The left-handed top-order batsman is considered to be one of the most successful captains of the history of Indian cricket as the Men in Blue reached the final of the Cricket World Cup 2003 under his captaincy and also started to do well away from home.
The cricket analysts believe the Sourav turned mediocre cricketers like and Yuvraj Singh into match-winners.
Vengsarkar feels that Ganguly can change the fortunes of Pune because of his immense knowledge about the game. He compared Ganguly with the former captain of Royals, Warne and said that the left-hander has the ability to get the best out of his players.
"Warne of course is a genius, but Ganguly also can use his experience and class to mould this unit into a winning one as he did with Team his resources well. He takes
up challenges very well. He can play the same role that Warne played for Royals," the former Indian captain said.
Pune has started the fifth season of the cash-rich league in an efficient manner and it is currently placed at number three on the points table with eight points after seven matches.
Vengsarkar further added that Ganguly should not look to emulate the performances of some of the big hitters in the tournament and should bat within his limitations.
Former cricketer added, "He is just concentrating on keeping a strike-rate of around 100 while batting and then contribute with the ball as well as leadership skills to provide the finishing touches."



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