How did Mohammad Hussain die? What happened? Cause of death

How did Mohammad Hussain die

Mohammad Hussain, a Pakistani cricketer who played two Tests and fourteen One-Day Internationals between 1996 and 1998, died on Monday. He was 45 years old. Let’s see how did Mohammad Hussain die.

 

Who was Mohammad Hussain?

Between 1994 and 2009, Hussain, a left-handed batsman, and slow left-arm orthodox spin bowler played first-class cricket for several Pakistani teams. Mohammad Hossain’s international career was over in just three years. Even in three years, he was able to play only 2 Test matches.

Mohammad Hussain played 2 Tests and 14 One Day International matches for the Pakistan team. He took a total of 16 wickets in these matches. Mohammad Hussain played the first Test match against New Zealand in 1996 at the Iqbal Stadium, while the second and last Test of his career was played against Australia at the Rawalpindi Stadium. In both the Test matches, he played on Pakistani soil but could take only three wickets. He had a total of 13 successes in ODI cricket.

However, Hussain’s domestic career has been very long. He appeared in 131 first-class matches in which he took 454 wickets. His best was 7 for 53.

Hussain, 45, played two Tests and 14 One-Day Internationals for Pakistan between 1996 and 1998. In addition, the left-arm spinner appeared in 131 First-Class games and 92 List A contests.

 

Cause of death

Mohammad Hussain, a former Test cricketer from Pakistan, died after battling multiple diseases on Monday 11 April in Lahore.

How did Mohammad Hussain die: Mohammad Hussain was afflicted with kidney and liver problems. Mohammad Hussain, 45, dies of a heart attack.

 

Condolences

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) expressed grief and sorrow upon his death and to his family and friends in a statement.

Cricket Pakistan tweeted,
Late Mohammad Hussain passes away at the age of 45. He played as a slow left-arm orthodox spin bowler and represented Pakistan in two Tests and 14 ODIs from 1996-98

 

Also read,

Follow us on Reddit for instant updates!

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
close
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x