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Pakistan Opener Abid Ali Hospitalised After Complains Of Chest Pain

Pakistan Opener Abid Ali Hospitalised After Complains Of Chest Pain
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Pakistan opener Abid Ali was hospitalised earlier today after complaining of chest pain while batting during a first-class Quaid-e-Trophy match. Team manager Ashraf Ali took him to the nearest hospital for further treatment. Ali is playing for Central Punjab in the ongoing tournament.

The PCB released a statement saying that Abid Ali was hospitalised due to Acute Coronary Syndrome” or ACS.

“Abid was taken immediately to a cardiac hospital where he was diagnosed as a case of Acute Coronary Syndrome. He is under the care of Consultant Cardiologist who is liaising with PCB medical team regarding further treatment. He is currently stable” read the PCB statement.

“Ali was batting on 61 this morning when he complained about having chest pain twice and we felt it was best to send him to hospital where he is presently under observation and undergoing some more tests,” Ashraf, the team manager said.

Abid Ali Stable After Complains Of Chest Pain

Abid Ali suffers from chest pain during match, rushed to hospital for treatment

Recently, Ali was the Player of the Series in Pakistan’s 2-0 victory over Bangladesh scoring 263 runs at an average of 87.66. He is Pakistan’s leading run-scorer in Test matches since making his debut in 2019. He has scored 1180 runs at 49.16 with four centuries and in 2021 alone he has scored 695 runs in nine Tests at 48.87, including a double-hundred against Zimbabwe in Harare.

Meanwhile, Central Punjab are out of the race for a spot in the finals of the tournament with Northern and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa sitting in the top-two spots. They have won two out of five games this season. Abid has scored over 9000 first-class runs and joined Central Punjab are his successful stint in the Bangladesh Test series.

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