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18 years old Pakistan cricket player died after struck by the cricket ball

Before getting out of the tragic death of late Australian Phillip Hughes, another cricketer was died after being hit by a cricket ball. 18-year-old teenage guy Zeeshan Mohammed died after being hit on the chest by a cricket ball. Doctors at the Orangi Town hospital said that the Zeeshan Mohammed was died due to a heart seizure after being struck by the cricket ball in a club match in Orangi town on Sunday. "He was brought to the hospital but died on arrival," Doctor Samad said."We have been told that he was struck on the chest by a medium pace bowler while batting and collapsed on the pitch immediately," he said. Recently Australian batsman Phil Hughes died in a hospital after being struck on the head during a Sheffield Shield match by Sean Abbott.


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