Previous top notch cricketer Zafar Sarfraz bites the dust of coronavirus
Previous Pakistani top notch cricketer Zafar Sarfraz turned into the principal proficient player in the nation to kick the bucket in the wake of getting the novel coronavirus, his family affirmed on Tuesday.
The 50-year-old initially became sick recently and was put on a ventilator at a medical clinic in Peshawar after his condition crumbled. He passed on late Monday.
“Sarfraz was sound and energetic however approximately 10 days prior he created side effects of the coronavirus and didn’t endure,” said a relative who addressed AFP.
Sarfraz, a center request batsman, played 15 top notch games in Peshawar and resigned in 1994.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) communicated sadness over the cricketer’s downfall in a tweet. It offered its feelings to Sarfraz’s loved ones.
Pakistan has recorded more than 5,800 coronavirus cases to date and 100 passings.
Before the end of last month, Azam Khan, viewed as one of the best squash players, additionally passed on from Covid-19 in the United Kingdom.
Azam, 95, had won the British Open multiple times somewhere in the range of 1959 and 1962.