Extremely critical former Indian cricketer's physical condition! Kept in life support


Bangla Hunt Desk: Former Indian cricketer Chetan Chauhan is in critical condition. He has been placed in the life support system. She was admitted to the hospital after her corona report came back positive last month. But before he could beat Corona, kidney and blood pressure problems increased. He was then shifted to a ventilator on Friday night.

Chetan Chauhan and Sunil Gavaskar are one of the successful opening pair of India. In Test cricket, the two have scored 3,000 runs together. The partnership between the two at the Oval in Britain in 1989 will always be remembered. There, these two greats scored 213 runs. Which broke the all-time record of 203-run partnership at that time.

Chetan Chauhan, 63, made his Test debut in 1989 in international cricket. Exactly 9 years later, in 1986, he played his first ODI for India. He has played 40 Tests and 8 ODIs for the country. Despite scoring more than 2,000 runs in Test cricket, he did not have a century to his credit. He was the first player in the history of Test cricket to score 2,000 runs without a century. And he has scored maximum 153 runs in ODIs.

On the other hand, he has scored many runs in domestic cricket, representing Delhi and Maharashtra. He scored 11,143 runs in 189 first-class matches at an average of 40.22. He has scored 21 centuries and 59 half-centuries in first-class cricket. He played his last international match in 1981 against New Zealand.