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A rare feat for Ganguly
Rajneesh Gupta | December 11, 2007
Sourav Ganguly [Images] on Tuesday became only the third Indian batsman to aggregate 500 runs in a three-match series.
At the end of fourth day's play in the third Test against Pakistan in Bangalore, Ganguly's series aggregate stands at 506 runs at an average of 101.20. He, in fact, can get the Indian record on his name on Wednesday.
Virender Sehwag [Images] holds the distinction of the highest run-aggregate in a three-match series for India.
Ganguly's performance is also the third-best by any batsman in a three-match series against Pakistan as is detailed below: