New Delhi: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly on Wednesday called India's first-ever day-night Test match a 'big occasion'.
India will play a day-night Test match against Bangladesh at Eden Gardens, starting from November 22. The match will be played with a pink ball.
Ganguly took to Twitter and posted a series of tweets.
"The city never lets down sport .. pink test a big occasion @bcci@cab.. the Sahid minar goes pink," he tweeted.
The city never lets down sport .. pink test a big occasion @bcci@cab.. the Sahid minar goes pink pic.twitter.com/SNqnbjSrAa— Sourav Ganguly (@SGanguly99) November 20, 2019
In another tweet, Ganguly wrote: "The city turns pink on the pink test .. well done @bcci and @cab."
Earlier in the day, Ganguly conducted an inspection of the Eden Gardens' pitch....