How did Shehzad Azam die? Pakistan Cricketer cause of death Explained

 

How did Shehzad Azam die? Pakistan Cricketer cause of death Explained

Pakistani cricketer Shehzad Azam passes away after being struck in the chest. Let’s see what happened to him and Shehzad Azam cause of death in detail

What happened to Shehzad Azam?

Zulfiqar Bhatti, a top-order batsman who was 22 years old, lost his life on Tuesday after being struck in the chest by a rising ball while competing for his club in a nearby competition.

After a talented young cricketer named Zulfiqar Bhatti passed away here after being struck in the chest by a rising ball that caused his death on the pitch, all sporting events in the city have been put on hold for three days.

When the incident happened on Tuesday, Bhatti, 22, was batting at his normal one-down position for his local side, Super Star Cricket Club.

“Bhatti, a prominent player from Sukkur, was struck in the chest as we were competing against Sindh Young Cricket Club at the Jinnah Municipal Stadium.

Shehzad Azam cause of death

“Rehmat, a club official, stated. (PCB might name interim coach Moin Khan)

Bhatti fainted on the field as soon as the ball struck him in the chest, and even though we hurried him to the hospital, he was already dead when we got there,

Cardiac arrest was confessed as Shehzad Azam cause of death.

“Playing first-class cricket and joining the national squad was his only passion. His passion was cricket.

Just one day prior to the game, he had stated that cricketers from Sindh’s rural and small towns now have a chance to represent Pakistan following Sharjeel Khan, a Hyderabad native, making his debut.

As a gesture of respect for the well-known cricketer, the authorities in Sukkur, Sindh’s third-largest city, declared a three-day suspension of all athletic events.

Who is Shehzad Azam?

Shehzad Azam, a cricket player for Islamabad from Pakistan, was born on 1 November 1985.

With 26 dismissals in seven games, he was the top wicket-taker for Islamabad in the 2017–18 Quaid-e–Azam Trophy.

With nine dismissals in eight games, he was also the Quaid-e-Azam One Day Cup’s top wicket-taker for Islamabad in 2018–19.

He played 95 first-class, 58 List A, and 29 T20Is.

He took 388 wickets in first-class cricket, 81 in List A, and 27 wickets in T20 cricket.

Despite taking a total of 496 wickets in his career, this player never got a chance to play international cricket for Pakistan.

He used to play for Islamabad in the Pakistan Super League.

Full name:   Shehzad Azam Rana

Born:           1st November 1985, Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan

Batting:       Right-hand batter

Bowling:      Right-arm fast-medium

Teams

Islamabad (Main FC: 2007/08-2018/19);

Federal Areas (Main FC: 2007/08-2008/09);

Islamabad Leopards (Main ListA: 2007/08-2013/14);

Islamabad Leopards (Main Twenty20: 2009-2014/15);

Islamabad Leopards (Main FC: 2014/15);

Islamabad (Main Twenty20: 2015/16-2018/19);

Islamabad (Main ListA: 2015/16-2018/19);

Federal Areas (Main ListA: 2018);

Northern (Main Twenty20: 2019/20);

Tributes paid to Shehzad Azam

Saurashtra posted,

Life is so cruel sometimes. Terrible way to go and that too at what age!

wrapmeinaplastic posted,

Hearing quite a few cases of young people getting heart attacks recently.

This is a very bad trend and I hope more research is done on these issues.

Condolences to the family.

Little men said,

RIP, condolences to his family.

On earth said,

Fuck cardiac arrest, RIP

Jerinth1902 posted,

23 5 wicket halls and 2 10 wicket halls in FC Huge loss for Pakistan cricket. My condolences to his family.

Unstable posted,

R. I.P may Almighty Allah give patience to his family…. And a Higher place in Jannah with reward🙌🏻

Blend posted,

Way too many young people are passing away due to cardiac arrests.

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