Pakistani cricketer Muhammad Rizwan gave a special message about his visit to the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. The star cricketer took to Twitter and called on his fans and followers to help the Afghan people in distress.
The cricketer had visited the Pakistan-Afghanistan border with former cricketer and coach Saqlain Mushtaq. âThe brave Afghan people urgently need our help. They need food, shelter, warm clothes, medicine, etc. It was an eye-opening experience to witness the situation at the Pak-Afg border with @Mushy_online. Please contribute and help the beloved Prophet’s Ummah, pbuh, âMuhammad Rizwan said in a tweet.
Muhammad Rizwan is among the most famous pakistani players. The player made the news for his religious bent and shattering performances last year.
Rizwan received high praise when he qualified for the T20I World Cup semi-final against Australia despite being admitted to intensive care with a severe lung infection.
The doctor who treated Pakistani cricketer Muhammad Rizwan in intensive care said his recovery was a miracle. Wicket drummer Rizwan had been admitted to hospital for two days after developing a serious infection.
The brave Afghan people urgently need our help. They need food, shelter, warm clothes, medicine, etc. It was an eye-opening experience to witness the situation at the Pak-Afg border with @Mushy_online. Plz contribute and help the ummah of the beloved Prophet, pbuh. pic.twitter.com/XeKjuU3Si1
– Mohammad Rizwan (@iMRizwanPak) January 3, 2022
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An Indian doctor had treated him and was amazed at the courage and determination shown by Muhammad Rizwan to recover and play for the team.
âI want to play. I want to be with the team,â Muhammad Rizwan told medics while in intensive care. âRizwan had a strong desire to play for his nation in the crucial knockout game. He was strong, determined and confident I am amazed at how quickly he recovered, “said Dr Saheer Sainalabdeen, specialist pulmonologist at Medeor Hospital in Dubai.
Rizwan was admitted to hospital after developing severe retrosternal chest pain mimicking heart pain and difficulty breathing. Earlier, his Pashto preaching video had gone viral on social media.