In an unfortunate news, batting great  Hanif Mohammad passed away on Thursday
(August 11) after a three-week battle for his life. The former Pakistan skipper, who was admitted at the Aga Khan Hospital in Karachi, was suffering from respiratory complications and congestion.

Talking to the Dawn, his son Shoaib Mohammad said that the former cricketer was admitted to the Aga Khan Hospital three weeks ago after he faced breathing problems.

The 81-year-old was diagnosed with lung cancer three years ago. He had to undergo chemotherapy and surgery for his lung cancer in 2013 in London.



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