The captain of the world champion made a great revelation about his health, afflicted with this serious disease

Former Australian captain Allan Border made such a revelation about his state of health, which has surprised all his fans. Border said that he has Parkinson’s disease and if he survives to 80, it will be nothing short of a miracle. Frontera also said that he only found out about this disease in 2016.

Alan Border said in his statement to NewsCorp that when I saw the neurosurgeon, he told me he had Parkinson’s disease. He didn’t want people to feel sorry for me. You don’t know if people are upset or not, but there will come a day when people will notice you. I think my position is much better than other people’s. I am now 68 years old and if I live to be 80 years old, it will be nothing short of a miracle.

Speaking of Parkinson’s disease, it’s a movement disorder. In this, the nerves that reach the brain from the victim’s hands or feet stop working. This disease is detected slowly and it is sometimes difficult to identify its symptoms.

Allan Border is counted among the great captains of Australian cricket. He played 156 Test matches for Australia from 1979 to 1994. Outside of this, Border also captained the team in ’93. He was the first player to score 11,000 runs in Test format. When the Australian team won the World Cup for the first time in 1987, Allan Border was the team captain. The series that was played between India and Australia was named after him and Sunil Gavaskar as the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

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