London: Sourav Ganguly believes there is a good chance that Thursday's opening Test against England ends up as former teammate Sachin Tendulkar's most memorable Lord's Test of his career.
Tendulkar is seeking his first Test century at the supposed home of cricket. "I am not surprised Sachin has not scored a hundred here," Ganguly said, indicating the kind of vagaries the sport is known for. "But I just feel that this could be 'his' Test match. He is destiny's child."
Going by how Tendulkar has been able to fill in the blanks of his career, Ganguly could well be proved right by next Monday. In April, the batting maestro achieved his dream of being part of a World Cup winning team after facing disappointments in five precious World Cups.