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Bad News From Pakistan Opener Batsman Admitted to Hospital

bid Ali has admitted to the hospital after complaining of chest pain during the first-class tournament Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match. Although everything is correct in the initial investigation.

Abid Ali hospitalized complaining of chest pain

Pakistan opener batsman Abid Ali has hospitalize after complaining of chest pain during the first-class tournament Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match. Abid, playing for Central Punjab in the tournament, complained of chest pain twice, after which his team manager Ashraf Ali decided to immediately get him admitted to the hospital and get him tested.

felt it would be best to send her to the hospital

Former Test wicket-keeper batsman Ashraf Ali said, ‘He was playing this morning after scoring 61 runs. When he complained of chest pain twice and we felt it would be best to send him to the hospital, where he is being examined and will undergo some more tests. Abid, who completed 9000 runs, has recently joined the Central Punjab team after a successful Test tour of Bangladesh.

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Everything is fine in the initial test

Meanwhile, talking to Dawn, a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official said, ‘He was having pain around his shoulder. After this, he felt restlessness and heaviness. After that, his medical test done and everything is correct in his initial report. Talking about the current first-class season, Abid has scored 766 runs in 6 matches at an average of 52. It also includes three centuries.

Amazing performance in Bangladesh

Recently, on the Bangladesh tour (Bangladesh vs Pakistan), opener batsman Abid Ali did a great job. The 34-year-old left-handed batsman scored 263 runs at an average of 88 and also won the Player of the Series award. He has scored 1180 runs in 26 innings of 16 Tests for Pakistan at an average of 49. Has scored 4 centuries and 3 half-centuries. Apart from this, he has scored 234 runs in 6 ODIs with a century and a half-century.

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