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Pakistani footballer Abid Ali was diagnosed with acute coronary syndrome

Pakistan Batman Abid Ali has been diagnosed with acute coronary syndrome, a statement by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) confirmed on Tuesday.

The scorer was taken to the hospital after complaining of severe chest pain while playing for Central Punjab against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. A PCB statement read:

“Abid was rushed to the cardiovascular hospital where he was diagnosed as a case of Acute Coronary Syndrome. He is being cared for by a consultant cardiologist who is in contact with the medical team. PCB about further treatment. He is now stable.”

Acute coronary syndrome is a term used to describe a a variety of conditions associated with sudden, reduced blood flow to the heart.

Incidentally, Abid Ali was fighting 61 when he complained of chest pain twice. Thereafter, the Punjab Center medical team decided to transfer him to the hospital where he was being cared for.


Abid Ali is the fifth highest scorer in Test cricket in 2021

The 34-year-old tennis player is the player who has scored the most goals in the red ball format since his debut in 2019. In 2021 alone, Abid Ali is the fifth highest scorer in the world with 695 times. run. in nine Tests with a staggering average of 48.87, including a hundred pairs with Zimbabwe.

In the most recent series against Bangladesh, Abid, who was rated Player of the series, amassed 263 runs at 87.66. After 12 seasons in the country, Abid Ali made his debut against Sri Lanka. Since then, he’s played 16 Tests, scoring 1180 runs at 49.16, covering four centuries and three fifties.

Abid Ali has continued his excellent international form in domestic cricket, playing for Central Punjab. Ali has accumulated 766 runs from six games, covering three centuries.



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