Exclusive| IPL 2018 Final: It will be a test of two great cricketing minds, says Sourav Ganguly

Debasis Sen & Sabyasachi Bagchi: Young Afghanistan wrist leg spinner Rashid Khan single handedly destroyed Kolkata Knight Riders in the second playoff of the Indian Premier League with both bat and ball to take SunRisers Hyderabad to the final of Indian Premier League season 11. Former India skipper and CAB President Sourav Ganguly looked very pleased with Rashid’s performance. In an exclusive interview with www.xtratime.in Sourav said that he has the capability of making a difference in the IPL final against CSK and beside that he also can put team India in trouble in the forthcoming one off Test match as well.

Sourav doesn’t want to pick any favourites in the final of IPL 2018. He feels that both the captains are very calm and composed and it will be a cracker of a game.




On this day back in 1999 in a World Cup game Sourav scored his highest individual run of 183 at Taunton against Sri Lanka. He shared a historic partnership as well with his former teammate Sourav Ganguly. After 19 long years he can feel the same thrill in him for that achievement. Beside that the Prince of Calcutta also opened up about Virat Kohli’s decision of not playing county cricket due a neck sprain. Here goes the full video: 

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