Sourav Ganguly's first Test century

 Former Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly has been one of the most successful captains in the world. He has many records in his name.

His association with cricket never broke. Presently Sourav Ganguly is working as the President of BCCI.

 Although Ganguly has played many memorable innings in his international career, but do you remember his first Test century.

 Come, today we will tell you about Sourav Ganguly's first Test century.

Ganguly made his ODI debut in 1992 but after playing his first match, he was out of the team for almost four years.

Ganguly got his Test debut on 20 June 1996 and proved himself in the very first match.

On 22 June 1996, Ganguly scored a century in the very first match of his Test career.

 In the first innings of the Indian team against England at the historic Lord's ground, Ganguly played an innings of 131 runs, batting at number three.

 During this, Sourav faced 301 balls and hit 20 fours. Then Mohammad Azharuddin was commanding Team India.

Team India scored 429 runs in its first innings. After this, England scored 278 for 9 in the second innings and the match was drawn.