Kolkata: Indian cricket skipper Sourav Ganguly on Saturday underwent a minor surgery to cure abscess on his left upper thigh that forced him to miss the ongoing Mohali Test against New Zealand. Ganguly, who had undergone a minor surgery for the same problem on Tuesday in Chandigarh, was admitted to a private hospital on Saturday morning where the doctors performed an immediate operation in order to make him fit before the beginning of One-day tri-series involving India, New Zealand and Australia beginning on October 23.
"Ganguly is now ok. He is now under bed rest in the hospital," Doctor M Nandi, who operated on the Indian skipper said. Ganguly had returned to the city on Friday complaining of pain in the affected area.