From hospital to half-century doctors deems Rizwan’s recovery a miracle

From hospital to half-century doctors deems Rizwan’s recovery a miracle
From hospital to half-century doctors deems Rizwan’s recovery a miracle
From hospital to half-century doctors deems Rizwan’s recovery a miracle

Muhammad Rizwan spent two nights in the intensive care unit before leading the charge against Australia in the T20 World Cup semi-finals. The wicket-keeper was hospitalized with a severe chest infection but battled through it like a champion to be cleared for the semi-final.

According to reports, Rizwan was only released from the hospital an hour before the semi-final began, but he still managed to score the most runs against the opposing team. Rizwan would only tell Dr. Saheer Sainalabdeen, a pulmonologist at Medeor Hospital in Dubai, one thing: ‘Mujhay khelna hai.’On November 9th, the cricketer was admitted to the hospital with severe retrosternal chest pain that mimicked cardiac pain and difficulty breathing. Prior to being admitted, he had been suffering from intermittent fever, a persistent cough, and chest tightness for three to five days. “At the time of admission, his pain score was 10/10.” (worst pain). As a result, we subjected him to a thorough examination in order to diagnose his condition,” Dr. Sainalabdeen explained.

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The doctor also stated that Rizwan’s recovery was nothing short of miraculous, saying, “Rizwan had a strong desire to play for his country in the crucial knockout match.” He was strong, determined, and self-assured. I’m astounded by how quickly he recovered.”

“Rizwan had a severe infection,” he continued, “and his recovery before the semi-finals seemed impossible.” Recovery and regaining fitness in time for the semifinals seemed implausible. Normally, it would take five to seven days for anyone to recover. He appeared to be very focused and to have faith in God. “All he could think about was the semifinal.”

Rizwan expressed gratitude to the doctor and the medical team for their assistance and care.

As a thank you, he also gave Dr. Sainalabdeen a signed jersey.
Despite Rizwan’s ailing health, the team managed to stun Australia in the semi-finals, but lost by 5 wickets.

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