'I was not wrong' - Sourav Ganguly hilariously trolls Sachin Tendulkar

‘I was not wrong’ – Sourav Ganguly hilariously trolls Sachin Tendulkar

Ganguly, who is currently serving as the BCCI president, hilariously took a dig at Tendulkar over the latter being able to holiday while he was busy with his work.

Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar
Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Just a few days ago, Sourav Ganguly had brutally trolled his former teammate Sachin Tendulkar after the latter uploaded a picture of himself holidaying in Melbourne. Tendulkar was in Australia to take part in the Bushfire Cricket Bash. During the memorable tour, he also came out of retirement to face one over from Ellyse Perry.

Ganguly, who is currently serving as the BCCI president, hilariously took a dig at Tendulkar over the latter being able to holiday while he was busy with his work. And Ganguly was at it again on Monday when Tendulkar posted a picture of himself on Instagram. The former India batsman recently visited Germany to attend the Laureus Sports Awards.

And as soon as Tendulkar posted his latest picture, Ganguly could not help but hilariously troll his mate. In the photo, Tendulkar could be seen posing in front of the Brandenburg Gate. He captioned the picture: “Happy to be in Berlin for the @laureussport World Sports Awards 2020!”

This is when Ganguly decided to pull Tendulkar’s legs once again. Reminding Tendulkar of his previous comment when he posted a picture of himself from Melbourne, Ganguly hilariously wrote: “Tendulkar.. I was not wrong …”

Sourav Ganguly
(Photo Source: Instagram)

Sachin Tendulkar wins Laureus award

Sachin Tendulkar, meanwhile, added yet another feather to his already illustrious cap by winning the Laureus award. The former India batsman being lifted on the shoulders of his teammates after the World Cup triumph in 2011 was voted the Laureus best sporting moment in the last 20 years. The legendary batsman received the maximum number of votes to emerge as the winner.

The World Cup win was Tendulkar’s first in six attempts after he played his first tournament way back in 1992. After the win in Mumbai, the Indian players had famously given Tendulkar a lap of honor by carrying him on their shoulders.

“It’s incredible. The feeling of winning the world cup was beyond what words can express. How many times you get an event happening where there are no mixed opinions. Very rarely the entire country celebrates,” Tendulkar said after receiving the trophy.

“And this is a reminder of how powerful a sport is and what magic it does to our lives. Even now when I watch that it has stayed with me,” he added.