Khaled Mahmud Shifted to Regular Cabin, On the Process of Recovery
Former Bangladesh captain and the current chairman of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Game Development Committee, Khaled Mahmud has been shifted to regular cabin from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) after recovering from his illness substantially. As per Bangladesh Cricket Board, Mahmud is now able to move freely and if the things remain the same he might be discharged in a few days time.
Mahmud has been now admitted to Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore and after taking medications in United Hospital he has been taken to Singapore for better and enhanced treatment. Due to this reason, Mahmud has been recovering significantly and his physical condition has improved much more than before. Earlier it was learnt that Mahmud is now able to talk as per quotes from Chairman of CCB Jalal Yunus.
“Khaled Mahmud is improving. His physical condition is better now and he can also talk now,” Jalal was quoted as saying by bd crictime. It must be noted that the former captain has been suffering from high blood pressure for a long period of time and also has a high level of blood sugar. Mahmud’s condition worsened all of a sudden on Sunday before he was eventually hospitalised.
Mahmud was Bangladesh’s 3rd Test captain and would have been the most influential one had Bangladesh won the Multan Test in 2003 which Pakistan eventually won by a solitary wicket. Despite not having natural talent, Mahmud knew how to surprise batsmen with his change of pace and was a gritty batsman. Though he never had an impressive record he would always give his best and wanted to lead by example.
Mahmud bagged 7 of his 13 Test wickets in that infamous Test in Multan which almost handed Bangladesh their maiden Test victory. Mahmud made his ODI debut against India in 1998 and scored a fluent 47 but had to wait for another 3 years to break into the Test team which started playing the longest format from 2000. Mahmud was the Man of the Match in the 1999 World Cup game against Pakistan which Bangladesh won in a dramatic fashion. That victory was considered as one of the biggest upsets at that point in time.
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