Former English batsman recovering from mini stroke

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Former England batsman Robert Key suffered a 'mini stroke' this weekend and is now recovering from it. Ki revealed that he had a stroke this week, for which he needed to bear remedy on the hospital.

The former cricketer wrote with a selfie on Instagram, "Long weekend. I suffered a mini stroke. Thanks to everybody, particularly Charlie and Dr. Baat, at Kent and Canterbury Hospitals. Now meals is being eaten with out style and medicines are being consumed.

Key performed 15 Tests and 5 ODIs for England in addition to a T20 International. <! –

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                 He scored 221 runs for England in opposition to West Indies in July 2004, his solely century in worldwide matches.

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Key scored almost 20 thousand runs for Kent in first-class cricket between 1998 and 2015 and led the crew in 9 seasons in two phrases. He then joined Sky Sports.

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