Kolkata: Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly lavished praise on Gautam Gamhir and said that he is highly impressed by the temperament of the Delhi dasher.
The Delhi batsman his 3000 runs in One-day cricket en route to his unbeaten 150 in the fourth match, which helped India seal the five-match series. "Gambhir has been improving a lot. Gambhir is a cool headed guy. He has been scoring runs and he is getting them consistently," Ganguly said.
d guy. He has been scoring runs and he is getting them consistently," Ganguly said.
Watching the India-Sri Lanka day night proceedings with wife Dona and daughter Sana from at Eden Gardens, for Ganguly it was for the first time after his international retirement that India played at his home venue. Asked whether he missed the on-field action, Ganguly said, "Not at all. I am enjoying my life."
Known as India's best captain ever, Ganguly said his retirement decision was correct as the battle of making a comeback and getting dropped again and again was becoming tough. "It was getting enough. Making a comeback every time after getting dropped. How many more times would I have fought to make my way into the side? This battle was getting tough. There is a limit to it," he said.