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Sourav Ganguly announced his decision to retire from international cricket at the end of the 2008-09 series against Australia. He aggregated 324 runs at 54 with one hundred in the four Tests. We bring you the best of Ganguly on Cricinfo.
The past he could see but not touch
Dileep Premachandran: He tugged at the heartstrings in a way that no Indian cricketer has before or since
His own man
VVS Laxman: Sourav's batting is a unique mix of touch and power
Heart of the matter
Rahul Bhattacharya: The cricketer-phenomenon in India's modern pop culture
The Ganguly story in numbers
Stats: Success as captain and an ODI batsman
The art of the riposte
Interview: 'I believe I can be successful'
'I have had enough of this short-ball business'
Interview: Ganguly looks at his batting, Brisbane, and more
Rahul Bhattacharya: Ganguly made it to the 100-Test landmark after being written off
Sambit Bal: Nothing he achieves will be a surprise anymore
'I always believed I had it in me to play'
Interview: Ganguly looks ahead to his 100th Test and back at his golden year
Sambit Bal: Brisbane, his finest hundred
The many sides of Sourav
Peter Roebuck: Ganguly was India's inspiration
Question time for Ganguly
Sambit Bal: The Indian captain's batting slump
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