Kovid; Pakistan batting legend Zaheer Abbas has been admitted to the intensive care unit

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London: Pakistan batting legend Zaheer Abbas has been admitted to the intensive care unit of a private hospital in London due to ill health. Kovid had confirmed to him three days ago during a flight from Dubai to London. He was later diagnosed with pneumonia and was admitted to St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington. The star was admitted to the intensive care unit on Wednesday after his health deteriorated. This was reported by Geo News.

Geo News reports that Abbas has been put on dialysis and has been barred from seeing other people.

Abbas, who made his debut against New Zealand in 1969, is one of the greatest batsmen Pakistan has ever seen. He has scored 5062 runs in 72 Tests and 2572 runs in 62 ODIs. But he also has irreplaceable achievements in first-class cricket. He has 34,843 runs from 459 first-class matches, including 108 centuries and 158 fifties.

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