New Delhi, Jul 12 (UNI) After winning the Castrol Asian cricketer and batsman of the year award for his brilliant performance, former skipper Saurav Ganguly has asserted that he is ''playing well'' and can ''keep going''.
''I'm playing well and hopefully I can keep going,'' Ganguly told a private news channel.
''It's a profession that I have loved all my life and have done well. So, doing well and surviving for this long, is definitely a huge pleasure.'' When asked that at the age of 36 do you feel like you have been a better cricketer than you have ever been, the Prince of Kolkata said ''I have played as well as I have in the past one year. I have realised that and I'm honest about it. I'm a firm believer that in cricket, you mature with age.'' ''Obviously, it's different for a fast bowler, a batsman and a spinner. As a batsman, I have matured and probably playing as well as I have ever played,'' he added.
The left-hand batsman also said his self belief has helped him to become a good cricketer in the world.
''I'm as good as anyone in this world and if I get an opportunity, I will perform. I think that belief is very important to succeed because you may train all the time and put hours in the nets but if you actually don't believe you are going to do it in the middle, you will never do it,'' he concluded.
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