Kolkata, Nov 4 (UNI) Former Indian Captain Sourav Ganguly is just a couple of days away from playing the last Test of his career but the south paw insists that the feeling is nothing special and is just like playing any other match.
''There is no special feeling while going into the last Test of my career. It is just like any other game. And I am taking it that way. For me, every Test is special,'' Ganguly told mediapersons here yesterday before he left for Nagpur for the final Test against Australia.
The left-handed said every player's career comes to an end and its always the team that matters and not the individuals.
''Everybody has to go (retire) sometime or the other. It's the team cause that comes first,'' he added.
The 35-year-old Ganguly further added that the void, after his retirement, would soon be filled and the Indian team would not have to suffer after his departure.
However, the former captain has still not decided about his life after cricket and said, ''I will think about that later.
At the moment I am more concerned about the Nagpur Test.'' UNI XC RAR RSA SSC1400