Newly appointed Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly took to Twitter to share pictures of Kolkata turning pink ahead of the India-Bangladesh Day-Night Test. In the pictures that Ganguly shared, one can see various tourist spots including Lake Town Clock Tower in the city can be seen illuminated in pink. “Can’t get better than this,” Ganguly captioned the pictures.
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Starting today, India and Bangladesh will lock horns at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata for their respective first International Day-Night Test. While playing with a pink ball will surely come as a challenge, it is also being seen as the future of Test cricket that obviously needs alterations.
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