Ganguly said on Sydney issue, hope BCCI will solve Indian team’s food problem

Kolkata. Former BCCI president Sourav Ganguly on Wednesday played down the issue of some members of the Indian cricket team refusing to eat the food served by the T20 World Cup organizers after a practice session in Sydney. Indian players were served cold sandwiches and falafel after the practice session on Tuesday, which some refused to eat. He thought it better to return to the hotel and have food. The Indian team will play the Netherlands on Thursday. “I am sure BCCI will find a solution,” Ganguly told reporters at the Calcutta Sports Journalists’ Club here.

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Ganguly felicitated Commonwealth Games medalists Saurav Ghoshal and Achinta Sheuli Sait among other Bengal players here. He said, “This award is the result of years of hard work of the players. I remember when I was young I used to wait for the annual awards of CSJC.

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