English player Robert Key is currently recovering after being hospitalised due to a mini-stroke that he suffered over the weekend.
England and Kent’s Robert Key posted a picture on Instagram to inform people how he had a mini-stroke over the weekend and how he had been hospitalised after it. The picture showed him lying on a hospital bed.
Key captioned the picture with the words, ‘Long weekend. Turns out I've had a mini-stroke. Thanks to everyone at the Kent and Canterbury hospital especially Charlie And dr baht. Now got to eat food with no flavour and take pills’. Soon after, Kent Cricket’s Twitter page also tweeted a get well soon message for their former player.
Key has played 15 Tests for England between 2002 and 2005. He also played a few white-ball games which made him earn five caps in ODIs and another one in T20Is. His last Test was played in 2005 on a tour against South Africa.
After then, he proceeded to have a 17-year first-class career with Kent County Cricket Club where he scored a total of 19,419 runs and 54 centuries in 299 games. He also led the team for nine seasons. Today, Kent Cricket actively plays for the T20 Blast League. To know more about this league of county cricket clubs, head over to Betwala.
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