Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan’s wicket-keeper batter, demonstrated true bravery by walking onto the field in the semi-final match against Australia despite having spent the previous two nights in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The cricketing community praised the gritty wicket-keeper for his bravery and never-say-die attitude.
Despite not feeling 100 percent, Rizwan showed his class in the match, scoring 67 runs off 52 balls to help Pakistan post a respectable total. Despite his best efforts, Pakistan lost the match in agony and was eliminated from the tournament.
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Rizwan defied the odds and miraculously recovered, astounded even the doctor who was treating him in the hospital. Saheer Sainalabdeen, an Indian doctor who treated Rizwan at Medeor Hospital in Dubai, revealed the details of Rizwan’s illness.
Rizwan’s recovery, according to Dr. Saheer, was nothing short of miraculous, as it would have taken a person five to seven days to recover from the amount of pain Rizwan was in. “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,” he revealed.
Dr. Saheer revealed that Rizwan had a severe laryngeal infection, which caused an esophageal spasm and bronchospasm, which is a painful contraction of the muscles surrounding the esophagus. He went on to say that it is severe chest pain that can last anywhere from a few minutes to hours.
Rizwan, according to Dr. Saheer, was adamant from the start that he would play in the semi-finals, and his focus was laser-like. He stated that Rizwan’s faith in God and focus allowed him to compete in the semi-finals.
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