After complaining of chest pain while playing in a Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match, Batter was transported to the hospital.

Abid Ali has been diagnosed with a cardiac problem.

After complaining of chest pain while playing in a Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match, Batter was transported to the hospital.

Abid Ali was brought to the hospital with chest pains while playing for Central Punjab against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy’s final round in Karachi.

He was transferred to a specialty hospital right away, according to a PCB statement, “where he was diagnosed as a case of Acute Coronary Syndrome,” or ACS. “He is being treated by a Consultant Cardiologist, who is in contact with the PCB medical team to determine the best course of action. He is currently in a good place.”

The term ACS is frequently used to represent a variety of diseases caused by a rapid decrease in blood flow to the heart.

Following the recent Bangladesh trip, when he was named Player of the Series for the Tests after collecting 263 runs at an average of 87.66, Abid returned to his provincial team, Central Punjab. He had scored 766 runs at an average of 51.89 with three hundreds in his sixth first-class game of the season. He had achieved the half-century mark on the final day of the ongoing game at UBL Complex in Karachi when he complained of discomfort in his shoulder and chest area and was transported to the hospital.

Since his debut in 2019, Abid has been Pakistan’s leading run scorer in Tests, and he is now ranked fifth in the world with 695 runs in nine Tests at 48.87, including a double-hundred against Zimbabwe in Harare. After 12 years in domestic cricket and 7116 runs in 106 first-class games, he made his debut in Rawalpindi in 2019. At the age of 31, he made his Test debut and began with a century, becoming the only player in history to reach three figures on both his Test and ODI debuts.

Central Punjab are now in fourth place on the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy standings, out of the finals race, with Northern and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in first and second place, respectively. So far this season, they’ve drew five games, won two, and lost two.