The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and former India captain Sourav Ganguly were treated for a mild heart attack on Saturday. During treatment he tested for coronavirus, where the former captain was not infected. ANI provided this information. Ganguly complained of chest pain after a workout session last Friday evening, and his family members rushed him to the hospital later in the afternoon. Here he also performed an initial angioplasty. The doctor said he had a corona test before the angioplasty.
On Saturday, Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata doctor Aftab Khan told Sourav Ganguly about the health update that he had undergone angioplasty and is now stable. The doctor said they would be monitored 24 hours a day. He is fully aware of this moment. There are two obstacles in his heart for which he will be treated. On Saturday evening, Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee herself arrived at the hospital to meet him.
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Ganguly, 48, has been busy since the start of IPL 2020. In late December, he was at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi where a statue of the late Arun Jaitley, a former Union Minister, was erected. Kapil Dev, India’s first World Cup-winning captain before Sourav Ganguly, was admitted to a hospital in the capital Delhi on October 23 after suffering a heart attack where he underwent angioplasty surgery. Kapil recovered in a few days and returned to the golf course.
Sourav Ganguly, one of India’s most successful captains, has played 113 Tests and 311 ODIs in his international career. He has scored 11,363 runs in ODIs and 7,212 runs in Tests. He has captained India in 49 Tests and 147 ODIs. Under his captaincy, Team India has achieved a lot. After 1983, Team India captained Ganguly until the 2003 World Cup final.
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