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India beat England and Dada took off his T-shirt, giving advice to his teammates

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly stood on the Lord’s balcony and took off his jersey after the final match of the NatWest ODI series on 13 July 2002.

The moment was also shown on TV many times after the match. Ganguly’s jersey-off celebration later became much talked about.

Ganguly was leading India in this match, at that time the Indian team also had legendary players like VVS Laxman, Harbhajan Singh, Mohammad Kaif, Sachin Tendulkar.

Ganguly himself told a memory of this celebration in the show Breakfast with Champion. He said, “I was standing on the right side at that time. VVS Laxman was on my left and Harbhajan was behind me. When I was taking off my T-shirt, Laxman was trying to tell me not to do that.”

“After I took off my shirt, Harbhajan asked me what I should do now, so I told him, take off your T-shirt too.”

He further said, “That idea came to me at the same time. At the time I remembered Andrew Flintoff taking off his shirt after the series was tied 3-3 at the Wankhede. So I thought I could do the same at Lord’s.”

“But I feel bad about that incident now. My daughter once asked, ‘Why did you do that? Is it necessary to do this in cricket?’ At that time I told her that no I did it by mistake. Some things happen in life that we cannot control.”

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