BCCI president Sourav Ganguly was admitted in Kolkata's hospital after testing positive for Covid-19
The Board of Cricket for Control in India (BCCI) current President who is recognised as "Dada", Sourav Ganguly has been hospitalised after being tested positive for Covid-19. Considering the recent reports, Sourav Ganguly has been kept in isolation and is expected to get well soon.
According to BCCI reports, the former Indian skipper has been hospitalized after getting the reports from RT-PCR which claimed that the BCCI President is positive of Covid-19. In addition to that, for the last few days, the rise of cases of Omicron the new variant of Covid-19 has been continuously increasing.
Moreover, there have been a lot of cases registered in one of the main states of India, Mumbai and the capital of India Delhi. According to HT, the BCCI was quoted, "BCCI President and former India captain Sourav Ganguly admitted to hospital after testing positive for Covid-19."
I was contacted one-and-a-half hours before the selection meeting, says Virat Kohli
The former Indian skipper has recently made the headlines with the Test team captain Virat Kohli. Social media has been divided into two parts as both Virat Kohli and Sourav Ganguly's sayings in the media came against each other.
Once Sourav Ganguly said that they have asked Virat Kohli to not step down from the T20I captaincy to which the 33-year-old stated in a virtual press conference that he was not asked to step down from the T20I leadership.
After that, Sourav Ganguly has claimed that it was their problem and they will take care of it. Considering the recent reports, the 33-year-old once again threw some clarification and said, "I was contacted one-and-a-half hours before the selection meeting on December 8. The chief selector discussed with me the Test team to which we both agreed.
Before ending the call, I was told that the five selectors have decided that I won’t be the ODI captain, which I was fine with. After the selection call, we chatted about it briefly. There was no communication after I had quit T20 captaincy," Virat Kohli was quoted as same as in CricTracker.