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Mohammad Rizwan Spent Two Days In Hospital Before Semifinal


Mohammad Rizwan Spent Two Days In Hospital: The sentiment of Pakistan cricket fans will be the same at this time, as was the case of Indian fans after India’s defeat in the 2019 Cricket World Cup. Because after consecutive victories in England, India was being told as a strong contender for the title. And this time, the Pakistani fans were also in the same mood.

Pakistan’s team is out of the tournament after losing. But many of his players are getting a lot of love. Be it Captain Babar Azam or Shaheen Shah Afridi. But one name has shined brightly, Mohammad Rizwan. The team’s campaign was carried forward so that the entire focus of the rest of the teams shifted to these.

After the semi-final match against Australia, there has been news about Rizwan that everyone is praising his spirit. It has been learned that before the match on November 11, Mohammad Rizwan was admitted for 36 hours in Dubai’s Meadure Hospital. He had a chest infection, because of which he had to be admitted to the ICU.


Mohammad Rizwan Spent Two Days In Hospital

Cricinfo reported that after the semi-final match, Dr Najibullah Soumro of the Pakistan team said,

“He started feeling tightness in his chest from November 9. The condition was not right, due to which he had to be admitted to the hospital. He had to spend two nights in the ICU to recover from it. Although surprisingly he got fit before the match, which shows his tenacity”.

The team doctor also said that management did not want such news to be public before the match. The team’s batting coach Matthew Hayden also spoke to the broadcasters about this. They told,


“One night before, Rizwan was suffering from lung problem and was in the hospital. He is a fighter, and he held Pakistan’s World Cup campaign with all his might”.

Even though this news was announced late by the team, before the match, there were reports that Mohammad Rizwan and Shoaib Malik were not fully fit, due to which they could not even be a part of the team’s practice session.

After deteriorating health, the corona test of both these players was also done. In which the report of both the players came negative. After being admitted to the hospital on November 9, Rizwan was discharged from the hospital the very next day. After which, he was kept under medical supervision in the hotel room.


Before the final, both the Pakistan openers are the highest run-scorers in the T20 World Cup 2021. Babar Azam is on top with 303 runs. On the other hand, Mohammad Rizwan is in second place with 281 runs. Rizwan has also scored three half-centuries in this World Cup. In the semi-final against Australia, Rizwan played the most significant innings of 67 runs in 52 balls.

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