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Pakistan’s Abid Ali cleared to return four months after angioplasty | Cricket News – Times of India

Pakistan opener Abid Ali has been cleared by doctors to return to the field four months after undergoing angioplasty, the 34-year-old said. Abid was diagnosed with acute coronary syndrome after he complained of chest pain during a domestic first-class match in Pakistan in December. Acute coronary syndrome is associated with a sudden reduction or blockage of blood flow to the heart. "I am really excited to be back with the prospect of playing for Pakistan again," Abid told ESPNcricinfo website on Friday. "Doctors cleared me to go back in the field and I can finally return to live a normal life. "I will be on medicines for some time because of the stents implanted but overall, physically, I am feeling great. I am diving, running, jogging, batting and it's really great to be normal again. ...
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Stents, courage, runs accompany Pakistan’s Abid Ali on comeback trail | Cricket News – Times of India

KARACHI: His footwork and technique aside, two coronary stents and courage, and runs, accompanied Abid Ali as the Pakistan opener began his comeback trail in competitive cricket four months after suffering a heart attack. Abid, 34, had undergone an angioplasty a day after he was rushed to a hospital for chest pain while playing a match in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in Karachi last December. On Thursday, he appeared in a T20 league match in Faisalabad and scored a half- century. Speaking to reporters, he expressed his relief at being able to bat in a competitive game after such a long time. "I am feeling really good but this is just the start of my comeback trail. Need to work very hard to get back into the national team," Abid said. A late bloomer, the opener had just returned from a tour ...
Abid Ali advised two months’ rest after angioplasty | Cricket News – Times of India
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Abid Ali advised two months’ rest after angioplasty | Cricket News – Times of India

KARACHI: Pakistan opener Abid Ali has been advised two months' rest after he underwent a second procedure for a heart condition on Thursday. The Pakistan Cricket Board also confirmed the development. Abid was rushed to the hospital earlier this week when he complained of severe chest pain while batting during a Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match. Cardiac surgeons after several tests diagnosed that Abid was suffering from "acute coronary syndrome" which basically means blockage of blood flow into part of his heart. The opener underwent an angioplasty procedure to have a stent inserted on Wednesday while a second procedure was carried out on Thursday to insert a second stent. A reliable source close to the player said that doctors had told Abid he needed to take two months complete rest before he ...
Pakistan’s Abid Ali undergoes second procedure after heart condition diagnosis | Cricket News – Times of India
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Pakistan’s Abid Ali undergoes second procedure after heart condition diagnosis | Cricket News – Times of India

Pakistan opener Abid Ali underwent a second procedure on Wednesday after he was diagnosed with acute coronary syndrome, the country's cricket board (PCB) said. Acute coronary syndrome is associated with a sudden reduction or blockage of blood flow to the heart. Abid was diagnosed with the heart condition after he complained of chest pain during a domestic first-class match on Tuesday. "Abid underwent a second procedure today. The procedure was successfully completed and he is recovering," the PCB said on Twitter. "PCB medical team is liaising with Interventional Cardiologist regarding further treatment and rehabilitation. Abid is currently stable." The 34-year-old has played 16 Test matches and six one-day internationals for Pakistan. !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s) {if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=fu...
Pakistan’s Abid Ali undergoes second procedure after heart condition diagnosis
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Pakistan’s Abid Ali undergoes second procedure after heart condition diagnosis

Pakistan opener Abid Ali underwent a second procedure on Wednesday after he was diagnosed with acute coronary syndrome, the country’s cricket board (PCB) said. Acute coronary syndrome is associated with a sudden reduction or blockage of blood flow to the heart.Abid was diagnosed with the heart condition after he complained of chest pain during a domestic first-class match on Tuesday. Update on Abid Ali 1/2: Abid under went a second procedure today. The procedure was successfully completed and he is recovering. PCB medical team is liaising with Interventional Cardiologist regarding further treatment and rehabilitation. Abid is currently stable. — Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) December 22, 2021 “Abid underwent a second procedure today. The procedure was successfully com...
2nd Test: Pakistan sweep Bangladesh series with 13 wickets on final day | Cricket News – Times of India
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2nd Test: Pakistan sweep Bangladesh series with 13 wickets on final day | Cricket News – Times of India

DHAKA: Pakistan bowlers claimed 13 wickets on a frenetic final day to win the second Test against Bangladesh by an innings and eight runs to complete a 2-0 series sweep on Wednesday. Electing to bat after winning the toss, Pakistan posted 300/4 before declaring their first innings in the weather-bedevilled contest in which only 215 overs could be bowled at Mirpur's Shere Bangla Stadium. Their bowlers, led by spin all-rounder Sajid Khan, injected fresh excitement in the contest when they reduced Bangladesh to 76/7 on Tuesday. Pakistan in Tests in 2021V NZ – LV SA – WV SA – WV Zim – WV Zim – WV WI – LV WI – WV BD – WV BD – W https://t.co/YRwy11Ulk2— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) 1638963843000After play resumed on Wednesday, Pakistan bundled out Bangladesh for 87 and enforced a follow-on....
David Warner, Tim Southee among three nominated for ICC men’s player of the month | Cricket News – Times of India
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David Warner, Tim Southee among three nominated for ICC men’s player of the month | Cricket News – Times of India

DUBAI: Explosive Australia opener David Warner, Pakistan batter Abid Ali and New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee were on Tuesday shortlisted for the ICC men's player of the month award for November. Left-arm spinners Anam Amin of Pakistan and Nahida Akter of Bangladesh are in the running to scoop the women's award, alongside West Indies all-rounder Haley Matthews, who is nominated for the second time. The nominations for the month of November were announced based on performances across formats and including matches from the ICC Men's T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates and Oman. An independent ICC Voting Academy and fans around the world can vote to decide the winners, which will be announced next week. Fans are invited to cast their votes until Sunday. Warner, who was Player of t...
David Warner, Tim Southee, Abid Ali nominated for ICC men’s player of month
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David Warner, Tim Southee, Abid Ali nominated for ICC men’s player of month

Explosive Australia opener David Warner, Pakistan batter Abid Ali and New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee were on Tuesday shortlisted for the ICC men’s player of the month award for November. Left-arm spinners Anam Amin of Pakistan and Nahida Akter of Bangladesh are in the running to scoop the women’s award, alongside West Indies all-rounder Haley Matthews, who is nominated for the second time. The nominations for the month of November were announced based on performances across formats and including matches from the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates and Oman. An independent ICC Voting Academy and fans around the world can vote to decide the winners, which will be announced next week. Fans are invited to cast their votes until Sunday. Warner, who was Player of the Tour...