KARACHI (Web Desk) – Pakistani National Test cricketer Hanif Mohammad has passed away on Thursday in morning .
According to Hospital officials Earlier today, he had survived after losing heart beat for six minutes at Aga Khan Hospital, and his son Shoaib Mohamamd has confirmed.
According to family sources, Pakistani National Test cricketer Hanif Mohammad’s heart stopped working for six minutes after which the doctors successfully restored his heart beat.
The 81-year,s old Pakistani test cricketer was reported dead when his heart beat was not showing on the monitor but later he returned to life and he was shifted to ventilator again in the Aga Khan Hospital.
Ex-Pakistani National Test cricketer Hanif is suffering from lung cancer and had a surgery in 2013. He was shifted to Aga Khan Hospital karachi three weeks before due to respiratory complications.
Ex- Test cricketer was born on December 21, 1934 in Junagarh. He had played 55 Test matches for pakistan with a fine average of 43.98.
he was the right-hand batsman was termed as ‘little master due to his outstanding performance in cricket and was also regarded as most focused batsman in the whole world.
He still holds record for highest score in an innings by a Pakistani batsman while he was also named as Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1968.