Pakistani cricketer Muhammad Irfan dies
LAHORE: Pakistan Blind and Deaf cricket team player Muhammad Irfan passed away after a short illness.
Muhammad Irfan, a member of the national deaf cricket team, had been ill for some time. He passed away at the age of 31, which was also confirmed by head coach Omar Fayyaz.
According to the PCB spokesperson, Mohammad Irfan had an infection in his stomach. He breathed his last on Saturday and died at the hospital.
According to the PCB spokesperson, Mohammad Irfan represented Pakistan in 12 matches, played cricket for a long time, and was also part of the national team in the 2007 Asia Cup.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) also confirmed the death of Muhammad Irfan and issued a condolence message.
Chairman PCB and other officials and players expressed their grief over the demise of Mohammad Irfan and prayed for his forgiveness.