Pakistani batsman Zaheer Abbas has been admitted to the intensive care unit in London.

Pakistani batsman Zaheer Abbas admitted to the intensive care unit in London. According to reports, Pakistani batting legend Zaheer Abbas admit to a private hospital in London’s intensive care unit (ICU).

Pakistani batting legend Zaheer Abbas admit to a private hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU) in London. According to Geo News, Abbas, 74, transfer to the intensive care unit three days after being admitted to Saint Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, where he place on oxygen support. Abbas, one of the most graceful batters of his generation, had contracted COVID-19 while traveling from Dubai to London. After arriving in the British capital, he also complain of pain and was diagnose with pneumonia.

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Zaheer Abbas admitted to the ICU in London

“He is currently on dialysis, and the doctors have advised him to avoid meeting people,” sources told Geo News.

Moreover, Abbas, who made his international debut against New Zealand in 1969, regard as one of the best batters of his generation. He scored 5062 runs in 72 Tests and 2572 runs in 62 One-Day Internationals.

In 459 first-class matches, he scored 34,843 runs, including 108 centuries and 158 fifties.

After retiring, he worked as an ICC match referee in one Test and three One-Day Internationals.

In 2020, he will be induct into the ICC Hall of Fame alongside Jacques Kallis and Lisa Sthalekar.

On social media, well wishes for the legendary cricketer have also poured in.

However, Many of his fans, including Mohammad Hafeez and Alan Wilkins, have expressed their concern and wished him a speedy recovery.

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