Sport players who were died while playing

1. Darryn Randall (South continent, 32) – 2013

Randall was hit on the aspect of the pinnacle once making an attempt at a pull shot in a very South African domestic match. The wicketkeeper-batsman folded and was like a shot rush to the hospital, however, he died from the blow.

2. Zulfiqar Bhatti (Pakistan, 22) – 2013

The Pakistani player was affected within the chest by the ball whereas batting throughout a domestic game and fell to the bottom. He has sentenced to death before reaching the hospital.

  1. Richard Beaumont (England, 33) – 2012

Beaumont folded on the sector when suffering a suspected heart failure and was declared dead when he arrived at the hospital.

  1. Alcwyn Jenkins (England, 72) – 2009

English umpire Jenkins was officiating a league match once he was affected on the pinnacle by a ball thrown by a fielder that hit him accidentally. Jenkins couldn’t endure his injuries.

  1. Wasim Raja (Pakistan, 54) – 2006

Pakistan jock Wasim Raja died of heart failure once taking part in for Surrey Over 50s in Buckinghamshire.

  1. Raman Lamba (India, 38) – 1998

Lamba, a former Republic of India international, was hit on the pinnacle whereas fielding throughout a club match in Dacca. He went into a coma 3 days later, before being pronounced dead.

  1. Ian Folley (England, 30) – 1993

Folley was hit by the ball below the attention accidentally whereas batting in a very domestic match for Derbyshire against Workington and suffered a fatal heart failure within the hospital.

  1. Wilf Slack (England, 34) – 1989

Slack folded and died throughout a domestic match in Banjul, Gambia. He had suffered four blackouts in previous matches, however, despite polishing off tests, doctors were unable to diagnose the explanation for his death.

  1. Abdul Aziz (Pakistan, 18) – 1959

Aziz was hit on the chest whereas batting in a very domestic match in Karachi and was declared dead on arrival at a close-by hospital.

  1. Andy coin (England, 56) – 1942

Ducat suffered heart failure throughout a game at Lord’s, wherever he collapses and died.

  1. St. George Summers (England, 25) – 1870

Summers was affected on the pinnacle whereas batting for Nottinghamshire against the MCC at Lord’s. He did not treat his injury and came home solely to die from its effects four days later.

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