Ryan Campbell In ICU After Heart Attack: Former Australian cricketer and head coach of Netherlands men’s team Ryan Campbell is fighting for life. Campbell has been admitted to the ICU of a London hospital after suffering a heart attack. According to the ICC website, 50-year-old Campbell felt chest pain and shortness of breath when he went out with his family on Saturday. He is unconscious in hospital on Sunday night, but is trying to breathe on his own, according to a Perth journalist and friend of the Campbell family. Seeing the condition of Campbell, a passerby gave CPR before being taken to the hospital.
Former veteran cricketer in coma
According to the ICC website, Campbell is still not responding. Campbell has played for both Australia and Hong Kong as a player. Campbell made his debut for the Australia team in the year 2002. Campbell played 2 ODIs for Australia, after which he became part of the Hong Kong team. Hong Kong made his debut for the Hong Kong team in 2017. He represented Hong Kong in their ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in 2016. He became the oldest player to debut at 44 years and 30 days.
More than 6000 runs in domestic cricket
Ryan Campbell used to play for Western Australia cricket. His career spanned 12 years, he played 98 first class matches for Western Australia. Ryan Campbell has scored 6009 runs for Western Australia at an average of 36. During this, 11 centuries also came out of his bat. In international matches, he scored 54 runs in 2 ODIs and 26 runs in 3 T20 matches. Campbell was appointed coach of the Netherlands in January 2017.