Pakistani Hockey Legend MANSOOR AHMED Passed Away - Insight Trending
(image source : Dawn)

Pakistan's World Cup-winning hockey goalkeeper Mansoor Ahmed passed away at hospital in Karachi on Saturday. -KARACHI

He was admitted to the doctor's facility on Saturday morning and was put on ventilator, however didn't make due since his heart was working with just 20 for each penny productivity. The 49-year-old had been experiencing entanglements coming from a pacemaker and stents embedded in his heart.

Ahmed had been a brandishing symbol in Pakistan since helping the nation win the 1994 World Cup in Sydney with his plenty stroke spare against the Netherlands in finals.

He played 338 worldwide matches and furthermore partook in three Olympics and different other prominent occasions in a profession spreading over from 1986 to 2000.

 (image source : Propakistani)

He awarded to being named the world's best goalkeeper on four events, Ahmed was presented with a presidential honor in 1988 and the Pride of Performance in 1994. He additionally captained the Pakistan group for a brief time frame.

The 49-year-old had been experiencing for a considerable length of time entanglements coming from a pacemaker and stents embedded in his heart, and had connected with India for help in securing a heart transplant.

The govt. of Pakistan had offered Ahmed a mechanical heart transplantation which, had he acknowledged, would have been the first run through the system was to be directed in Pakistan.

Be that as it may, the hockey legend had needed a more traditional and demonstrated methodology, for which he had needed to go to India and had but he  rejected the offer.

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