After a long illness, the Pakistani hockey player Mansoor Ahmed passed away at the age of 49. Legendary goalkeeper had the heart related conditions and he admitted to the hospital on Saturday morning then he was shifted to the ICU after his health deteriorated.
Mansoor Ahmed was on a ventilator after his lungs and heart had stopped functioning properly. He had been suffering from heart problems for the past three years, but today he lost his life.
Ahmed was one of the finest sporting icons of Pakistan, who helped the country win the 1994 World cup in Sydney. He had represented Pakistan in 338 International Hockey Games from 1986 to 2000. Moreover, he had also participated in three Olympics.
Last month, the legend said that he wanted his surgery to be done in India as India has better medical facilities as compared to any other country.
Well, we’ll surely miss our hockey star. May his soul rest in peace!