Test cricketer Abid Ali was brought to a hospital after complaining of chest trouble during a Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Central Punjab at UBL Sports Complex on Tuesday in Karachi.
On the penultimate day of the match, the 34-year-old batsman was batting for the Punjab side when he began to experience discomfort. He was taken to the hospital and provided an electrocardiogram (ECG), which revealed that he was in stable condition.
A PCB official later stated that Abid had suffered “unease and heaviness” in the “shoulder area” as well as “uncomfortably and heaviness.”
In addition, he took preventive medical examinations, and all of his “first results were clear,” according to the official, who also stated that the cricketer was “feeling better” and was no longer experiencing pain.
This past week, Abid, who hails from Lahore, was in outstanding form throughout the two-match Test series against Bangladesh. The initial Test against the Tigers had seen him score the highest total in both innings. This, together with his 39 in the lone innings of the second Test, gave him the honour of being named player of the series.