Sourav Ganguly denies playing for Legends League Cricket

Women's Cricket

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has clarified that he will not be playing in the second season of Legends League Cricket.

His clarification came minutes after the organisers of the LLC posted about it on all their social media handles.

Ganguly denied the news and said that it isn’t true and that he hasn’t been signed up as a player.

The LLC organisers will now have to submit further clarifications after Ganguly’s denial.

The first season of Legends League Cricket was a hit among the fans as they got to see their childhood icons once again playing in front of them.

There were players from India, West Indies, Australia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka etc. who took part in the first season.

Some of the legendary players like Harbhajan Singh, Monty Panesar, Virendra Sehwag, Eoin Morgan, Shane Watson and many others have already said yes to the second season of the league.

Moreover, the league is played between three teams which are India, Asia and the Rest of the World.

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