Abid Ali News
'Cricket has been my life': Pakistan opener Abid Ali cleared to resume international career four months after heart attack
Abid Ali 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.
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 Ali was suffering from "acute coronary syndrome", which, in simple terms, means there was blockage of blood flow in his heart.
Abid Ali has been kept under observation at a private hospital in Karachi after he complained of chest pain while batting during a first-class Quaid-e-Trophy match.
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
Fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi was instrumental in Pakistan's rally, returned figures of 5-32 to wrap up Bangladesh’s second innings for 157.
Ali was 56 not out at the end of play, adding to his first-innings score of 133, while debutant Shafique finished unbeaten on 53.
Highlights, Bangladesh vs Pakistan 1st Test Day 3 at Chattogram, Full cricket score: Hosts lead by 83 runs in second innings
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Highlights, Zimbabwe vs Pakistan, 2nd Test, Day 3 at Harare, Full Cricket Score: Zimbabwe trail by 158 runs
Catch the LIVE score from Day 3 of the second Test between Zimbabwe and Pakistan in Harare
Zimbabwe were 52 for four at the close in reply to Pakistan's 510 for eight declared, 458 runs behind.
Zimbabwe vs Pakistan: Azhar Ali, Abid Ali score tons before Blessing Muzarabani fights back on Day 1 of 2nd Test
Abid (118 not out) and Azhar (126) put on 236 for the second wicket before tall fast bowler Blessing Muzarabani brought Zimbabwe back into the match by taking three wickets with the second new ball.
Pakistan leg-spinner Zahid Mahmood did not travel to Zimbabwe due to travel anxiety, says PCB source
Zahid was to replace Shahdab Khan for the T20 series in Zimbabwe from April 21-25 after already being named in the squad for the two Tests.
Highlights, Pakistan vs South Africa, 1st Test, Day 1 at Karachi, Full Cricket Score: Hosts crumble to 33/4 at stumps
Catch the live scorecard and updates from the first Test between Pakistan and South Africa at Karachi on our live blog.
New Zealand vs Pakistan: Kane Williamson's double ton propels hosts to 354-run lead on Day 3 of second Test
Kane Williamson scored 238, the fourth double-century of his career and his second of the summer, as New Zealand declared with a 362-run lead over Pakistan on the third day of the second Test.
New Zealand vs Pakistan: Six players from visitors' squad test positive for COVID-19, hosts allege breach of protocol
The squad's "exemption to train while in managed isolation has been put on hold until investigations have been completed", the governing body said, adding that the six positive players would be moved into strict quarantine.
Highlights, England vs Pakistan 2020, 3rd Test, Day 5 Cricket Match at Southampton: Hosts win series after draw
Check out the live scorecard of third Test match between England and Pakistan being played at Southampton.
England vs Pakistan: James Anderson left just one wicket shy of 600 mark as visitors hang on for dear life
Anderson, denied an early breakthrough when Jos Buttler dropped a routine chance to reprieve Shan Masood, returned for a third spell late on the fourth day of the third Test to have opener Abid Ali lbw.
England vs Pakistan: Fawad Alam disappoints on comeback as hosts seize control on opening day of 2nd Test
Pakistan reached 126/5 at stumps on the opening day of the second Test at Southampton, with Abid Ali top-scoring for the visitors so far with a 111-ball 60.
England vs Pakistan: Babar Azam's steely knock steers visitors to 139-2 on rain-affected Day 1 of first Test
Babar Azam's effortless 69 not out was easily the highlight of a first day comprising just 49 overs, with 11 boundaries in a stay of exactly 100 balls.
Pakistan's Khushdil Shah ruled out of first England Test due to thumb injury; Abid Ali cleared of concussion
The left-handed batsman, who has played only one T20I, hurt his thumb during Saturday's training session here.