Former England and Kent batsman has been hospitalised after struggling a “mini-stroke” over the weekend, the cricketer revealed in an Instagram put up on Monday (Could 18).
“Lengthy weekend,” Key captioned a photograph of him in a hospital mattress. “Seems I’ve had a mini stroke. Due to everybody on the Kent and Canterbury hospital particularly Charlie And dr baht. Now acquired to eat meals with no flavour and take drugs #triffic (sic)”. Key’s membership, Kent, posted a tweet quickly after.
Key, 41, performed 15 Exams for England between 2002 and 2005, prime scoring with a 221 in opposition to West Indies on the Lord’s which additionally occurred to be his maiden hundred within the format. He additionally represented England in white-ball cricket briefly, incomes 5 caps in ODIs and one other one in T20Is. He final performed a Check for England on their 2005 tour of South Africa, earlier than making a remaining sprint in worldwide cricket with the one-off T20I in opposition to Netherlands in 2009.
Nonetheless, it was in his 17-year first-class profession that he went on to turn into Kent’s batting mainstay, scoring 19419 runs in 299 video games together with 54 centuries. He led the aspect for 9 seasons in two separate spells, overseeing the county’s promotion as Division Two County Champions in 2010.
Since retiring from cricket for good, Key started his second innings as a commentator for Sky Sports activities, and has been on tv till not too long ago, chairing the watch-along screenings of a number of the classics throughout the Coronavirus lockdown within the UK.