Following chest pain, former Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly was hospitalized

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After practicing, the 48-year-old complained of chest pain ‘I wish and pray for a speedy recovery,’ says Jay Shah of BCCI.

After complaining of chest pain, former Indian team captain Sourav Ganguly, who also heads the Indian Cricket Association, was admitted to a Kolkata hospital on Saturday. In 2019, Ganguly, 48, a native of the state of West Bengal and one of the most prolific team captains in India, took over as president of India’s Cricket Control Board. For a former captain who helped India recover from a crippling match-fixing scandal in 2000, his move from a player to a top administrator was seen as a natural progression. “Sad to hear that @SGanguly99 has suffered a mild cardiac arrest and has been hospitalized,” Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee said on Twitter. I hope and pray for the speedy recovery of @SGanguly99.

I spoke to his relatives.

Dada is stable and responds well to therapy. January 2, 2021 Jay Shah (@JayShah)
Local media confirmed that, after a training session on Friday, Ganguly complained of chest pain and was admitted to the hospital after the problem recurred on Saturday.

“dada”dada”elder brother,”elder brother. Wishing and hoping for @SGanguly99’s prompt recovery.

I spoke to his relatives.

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah said on Twitter that Dada is stable and reacting well to treatment. The former left-hander, who retired from international cricket in 2008, has played 113 tests and 311 one-day matches, leading India to 21 Test victories.

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