Played cricket with Babar Azam, now suddenly this Pakistani cricketer dies


Pakistani fast bowler Shahzad Azam Rana died of a heart attack, played 95 first class matches.



TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Anoop Dev Singh



Sep 30, 2022, 3:02 PM IST





Pakistan fast bowler Shahzad Azam Rana passed away at the age of 36. Shahzad suffered a heart attack due to which he died. His family and friends are shocked by the heart attack at such a young age. (Photo: Shahzad Azam Facebook)

Let us tell you that Shahzad Azam Rana was from Sialkot and he was a right-arm fast bowler.  Shahzad played 95 first class matches in Pakistan and also played 58 List A and 29 T20 matches.  (Photo: Shahzad Azam Facebook)

Let us tell you that Shahzad Azam Rana was from Sialkot and he was a right-arm fast bowler. Shahzad played 95 first class matches in Pakistan and also played 58 List A and 29 T20 matches. (Photo: Shahzad Azam Facebook)

Shahzad Azam Rana took 496 wickets in his professional career.  He had 388 wickets in the first class.  At the same time, he took 81 wickets in List A and 27 wickets in T20 cricket.  Shahzad also played cricket with Babar Azam.  (Photo: Shahzad Azam Facebook)

Shahzad Azam Rana took 496 wickets in his professional career. He had 388 wickets in the first class. At the same time, he took 81 wickets in List A and 27 wickets in T20 cricket. Shahzad also played cricket with Babar Azam. (Photo: Shahzad Azam Facebook)

Shahzad Azam played his last First Class and List A match in 2018.  Azam took 5 wickets in the last List A match.  At the same time, this player played the last T20 match in 2020.  (Photo: Shahzad Azam Facebook)

Shahzad Azam played his last First Class and List A match in 2018. Azam took 5 wickets in the last List A match. At the same time, this player played the last T20 match in 2020. (Photo: Shahzad Azam Facebook)

Shahzad, who played for Islamabad, made headlines in the year 2017-18.  This fast bowler took 26 wickets in 7 matches for Islamabad.  After this, he also took the most wickets for Islamabad in the 2018-19 ODI Cup.  (Photo: Shahzad Azam Facebook)


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