Reportedly bcci president Sourav Ganguly has been making the headlines since the time he filed his nomination for the coveted post. Meanwhile after taking the momentous decision to hold India's first ever day and night Test in kolkata vs bangladesh, Ganguly has been busy trying to involve the various stakeholders of Indian cricket in his plans. Furthermore ina n exclusive interview, Ganguly shed light on the future of day-night Tests in india, while also revealing whether it is difficult to rein in firebrand Indian captain virat Kohli.
Reportedly "We will try and play one every year in India. That is for sure. When india go on tour, we will talk to the board of the country we are visiting and see if we can feature in one." Ganguly said "It has often been wondered whether rohit Sharma's experience of leading the mumbai indians in the IPL and also the national side in the absence of kohli is enough for him to be made the white-ball captain. I don’t think that is required to be even discussed now".
He added "I have an enormous belief in myself. You give me something and if it needs to be turned around, I think I will. And that nobody became a good cricketer sitting in the dressing room. You will only be respected if you take a difficult challenge head-on. Give me responsibility and I will give it my best shot. Leave me alone and I might fall asleep."