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Mohammad Rizwan on his health before Pak vs Aus – My both windpipes have been burst, if …

Mohammad Rizwan on his health before Pak vs Aus - My both windpipes have been burst if I was 20 minutes late to the hospital

Pakistan’s batting delight, Mohammad Rizwan, has talked about his health condition that got worsened prior to the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 semifinal, Pak vs Aus.

The wicketkeeping batter gathered all the praises after he was featured in the match despite the fact he was admitted to the hospital’s ICU for two nights before the big day.

He complained about severe chest pain, hence, it was speculated Pakistan will suffer a huge setback missing on the opener. However, whilst defining the story, Rizwan says the doctor motivated him to play saying he wants to see him representing his nation on the semifinal occasion.

Moreover, a nurse told Rizwan if he could have gotten late to the hospital, his both windpipes could have been burst.

It takes a lot of courage to stand for one’s nation like a soldier despite personal health reasons. Rizwan, today, is a hero for everyone who not only participated in the semifinal but also smashed 52-ball 67. He has won millions of hearts. Not only the nation-fellow, but the cross-border experts have mouths full of applause for him.

Mohammad Rizwan on his health before Pak vs Aus – My both windpipes have been burst if I was 20 minutes late to the hospital:

“When I went to the hospital, I wasn’t breathing. The doctor’s kept telling me I’ll soon be discharged but I ended up staying two days in ICU. One of the nurses told me that had I been 20 minutes late in reaching the hospital, both my windpipe would have burst.”

“They used to conduct regular tests but the constant thought in my mind was that I’ll soon get fit to play the match. The doctor told me that he wanted me to play the semi-final for Pakistan which gave me a boost.”

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