Cricket icon Javed Miandad was admitted to a hospital in a metropolis following a sudden collapse as his health declined.
The 65-year-old, renowned for his last-ball six in the final of the Austral-Asia Cup in 1986 against India, was rushed to the medical facility for treatment.
However, Miandad assured his fans that his illness was not severe and released a video message from the hospital, stating that he had only gone for a checkup due to a mild headache.
Miandad, who played in 124 Test matches and 233 ODIs during his illustrious career, was a member of Pakistan’s victorious squad in the 1992 World Cup.
He made his ODI debut in 1975 and was awarded his Test cap a year later. After alleging that his abilities were not utilised properly during the 1996 World Cup, the Karachi-born cricketer retired from international cricket.