Legendary Pakistan batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq underwent angioplasty on Monday (September 27) after suffering a heart attack. The 51-year-old is in a stable condition in a hospital.
His manager revealed that a stent has been placed in Inzamam’s heart. Inzamam, who had been complaining of chest pain recently, underwent tests which revealed a heart attack following which the angioplasty had to be performed.
Inzamam made his debut for Pakistan by the end of 1991 and was a part of their successful 1992 World Cup campaign. He went on to lead the national side and eventually finished as their most prolific batsman with over 20000 runs by the time he retired in 2007. He was recently working with the PCB as the chief selector until July 2019.