BCCI President Sourav Ganguly’s health deteriorated, hospitalized


Kolkata: Former India captain and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has been admitted to Woodland Hospital. Ganguly was taken to the Woodland Hospital in Kolkata following a chest complaint. Doctors have told that he has had a cardiac arrest. Although doctors have also told that there is nothing to worry about, at the moment their condition remains stable. Sourav Ganguly’s health bulletin will be released in a while.

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West Bengal (West Bengal) CM Mamata Banerjee has tweeted, saying, ‘Sad to hear about Sourav Ganguly that he has had a mild cardiac arrest. I pray for him to be healthy soon. My prayers are with him and his family.

According to the information, when Sourav Ganguly was in the gym that he got dizzy, after this he was admitted to the hospital for some tests. Sourav Ganguly has played 113 Tests, 311 One Day Internationals in a career. He has 11,363 runs in ODIs and a total of 7,212 runs in Test career. Not only this, he has also taken 100 wickets in ODI cricket, which also includes 5 wickets 2 times.


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