Latest Cricket News: Sourav Ganguly’s elder brother Snehashish who is a secretary of the Cricket Association of Bengal has been hospitalized after he felt “unwell” on Friday evening.
Speaking to ANI, sources close to the CAB Secretary said that he was feeling unwell on Friday evening & thus he was admitted to the hospital as a precautionary measure. “He started feeling uncomfortable on Friday evening & keeping in mind the fact that he had an angioplasty done a while back, it was felt best to get him admitted to the hospital & keep him under observation. Around 1 am he was taken to the Woodlands hospital as he also had a fever. He is doing fine now & there is nothing to worry about”, the source said.
Earlier in the month of January this year, Snehasish Ganguly underwent a successful angioplasty at the Apollo Hospital. On January 12, 2021, Sourav Ganguly’s elder brother had consulted a doctor & his blood tests & cardiac CT Angio revealed that he needed an “angioplasty” to revascularize & open up the artery that supplies blood to the heart.
Similarly in the month of January, Sourav Ganguly had undergone angioplasty at Woodlands Hospital. He was hospitalized at 1 pm on January 2 after feeling discomfort in the chest, heaviness of head, vomiting & a spell of dizziness while doing exercise in the home gymnasium at around 11 am. After facing health problems doctors had conducted an angioplasty on him.
Sourav Ganguly along with Jay Shah has attended the opening day of the second test match between India & England at the Lord’s Cricket Ground. Ganguly posted a collage of himself on Instagram & captioned the post as “Came here as a player first in 1996….and then a captain….enjoyed the game at Lord’s today as an administrator….India was & is in a good position all the time…this game of cricket os majestic”. Jay Shah was seen seated along with ECB Chief Executive Tom Harrison in the stands while Ganguly was having a conversation with Geoffrey Boycott.
Meanwhile, on Day two of the ongoing second test Joe Root’s unbeaten 48 runs & Roy Burn’s gutsy 49 runs knock helped England to reach 119/3 at stumps against India at Lord’s on Friday.
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