Indian batsman died after hitting half-century during a match

Nov 18 2019 02:19 PM
Indian batsman died after hitting half-century during a match

Hyderabad: There are many small injuries on the cricket field often, but it happens very rarely, in which a player's life is lost. In Hyderabad too, a batsman died during a club match, although there was no accident or injury. According to media reports, 41-year-old batsman Virender Naik died during an ODI league match on Sunday.

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He was a player of Maradpally Sporting Club in Hyderabad and also scored a brilliant half-century on Sunday, but after being dismissed he returned to the pavilion and died there. According to the news of the English newspaper Deccan Chronicle, a heart attack is said to be the cause of Virendra Naik's death. Virendra's brother Avinash told the police that Virender was eating medicine for Chest Disease.

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Currently, the body of Virendra Naik has been delivered for postmortem and after that, he will be cremated. Virender Naik was a resident of Sawantwadi, Maharashtra, where he will be performed. According to the report, Virender Naik played brilliant innings of 66 runs in the match on Sunday. Virender Naik was caught out behind the wicket.

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