After complaining of respiratory issues, former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq underwent angioplasty on Monday. Many people, including famous cricketers like Sachin Tendulkar and Wasim Akram, went to Twitter shortly after the news broke to wish Inzamam a fast recovery.
Dear Inzi, you have a beautiful heart. Seems like it's caught the evil eye. I was worried that someone with such a big heart was in such pain. Praying that you get better quickly so that your sweet heart can make everyone happy. My dearest friend, take good care. Let's meet soon.
— Wasim Akram (@wasimakramlive) September 28, 2021
“Inzi, you have a wonderful heart. It appears to have caught the evil eye. I was concerned that someone with such a large heart could be in so much suffering. I’m hoping you get better soon so your lovely heart can make everyone happy. Take care, my dearest buddy. Let’s get together soon, “Wasim Akram took on Twitter.
Wishing you a speedy recovery @Inzamam08. You've always been calm yet competitive, and a fighter on the field.
I hope and pray that you'll come out stronger from this situation as well. Get well soon.
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) September 28, 2021
“@Inzamam08, I wish you a fast recovery. You’ve always been a warrior on the field, cool yet competitive. I hope and pray that you, too, will emerge stronger from this experience. Get well soon, ” Sachin Tendulkar posted a message on Twitter.
Inzamam was rushed to a hospital after complaining of uneasiness and trouble breathing. However, Several examinations indicated that he may have suffered a small heart attack.
Doctors urged him to have an emergency angioplasty. The surgery subsequently was done by Professor Abbas Kazim, a well-known cardiac surgeon.
“Inzamam is currently doing considerably better. He is currently doing ok “According to one family member.
The 51-year-old Pakistani cricketer has appeared in 120 Tests and 378 One-Day Internationals.
In Test cricket, Inzamam amassed 8,830 runs thanks to 25 centuries and 56 half-centuries. The longest format of the game, his best score was 329 against New Zealand in Lahore in 2002.
In 50-over cricket, the right-hander amassed 11,739 runs, including 83 half-centuries and ten hundreds.