Star India batter Mayank Agarwal ‘clinically stable’ after emergency health issue due to illness

 Star India batter Mayank Agarwal ‘clinically stable’ after emergency health issue due to illness

Mayank Agarwal is out of danger!

Mayank Agarwal, the Karnataka team’s captain, was brought to the ICU after complaining of a burning feeling in his mouth and throat. The event occurred shortly before he boarded the flight from Agartala to Surat. He was transported to the ILS hospital and admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU). Furthermore, he is no longer in danger.

The Karnataka Ranji team is presently at the top of the Elite C group by 15 points. The physicians are at the moment keeping him under monitoring, and he will be released once he is well. As a result, Mayank will join the team late, and someone else may take over as captain until he returns. Moreover, the team and fans are hoping for a swift recovery for their captain.

Mayank was leading the Karnataka team and was in excellent form in the Ranji Trophy 2024. They defeated Tripura by 29 runs at the Maharaj Bir Bikram Stadium in Agartala. Karnataka’s next encounter against the Railways is scheduled for February 2 at the Lalbhai Contractor Stadium in Surat. The team has two wins, one loss, and one draw.

Mayank Agarwal in red-hot form

Mayank Agarwal is in top form in the current Ranji Trophy season. He has scored 460 runs in four matches at an average of 44.28, including two centuries. In the past, he was the 2022-23 season’s leading run scorer. Karnataka leads Group C of the Ranji Trophy Elite Group with 15 points after four games, winning two and losing one.

He made his debut for India in 2018 and has since appeared in 21 Test matches. Furthermore, he scored 1488 runs in 21 matches, an average of 41.3, including four centuries. In March 2022, he played his final match for India, against Sri Lanka. The 32-year-old opener has five ODI appearances for India in his career.


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