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Zimbabwe’s cricketer, Sikandar Raza recently suffered a bone marrow infection. Sikandar was suspected of bone cancer and underwent a surgery on 2nd April. As a consequence of this surgery, the tumor was removed but he has been pulled out of cricketing action until an indefinite period.
It could have been cancerous but doctors cleared Raza of any harmful illness. He shared the happy news discarding serious health hazard writing that,
I want to thank you all for your prayers Prayers certainly were answered and I’ve been cleared of Tumor and Cancer which is nothing short of a miracle I am short of words to express and show how grateful I am to you all for your prayers
I want to thank you all for your prayers
Prayers certainly were answered and I’ve been cleared of Tumor and Cancer which is nothing short of a miracle
— Sikandar Raza (@SRazaB24) April 20, 2021
A day ago, he wrote that it has been a long week to get recover as Mohammad Isam, one of the active cricket figures, posted that the journey had been scary for Raza.
Long road to recovery ahead but in sha Allah on the mend now
Allah has been very kind indeed
— Sikandar Raza (@SRazaB24) April 21, 2021
What happened to Sikandar Raza, a Zimbabwean cricketer
Raza is a Pakistani-born cricketer who has played 17 Test matches, 103 ODIs, and 39 T20I matches for Zimbabwe joining the red team in 2013 officially.
His team is currently busy playing a three-match T20I series versus Pakistan which will be followed by two Test matches to begin from 29th April.
Notably, Zimbabwe lost the first encounter by 11 runs as subdue Pakistan somehow managed to utter a victory with Faheem Ashraf and Usman Qadir grasping two, three wickets respectively.
Zimbabwe Cricket Board (ZBC) and Raza himself will be announcing his comeback to international cricket as the cricketer has undergone some bad days recently.