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PAK Vs ENG, 6th T20I: Pakistan Batter Haider Ali Admitted To Hospital With Viral Illness In Lahore

Haider Ali is the second Pakistan cricketer after pacer Naseem Shah to be admitted to hospital during the ongoing seven-match T20I series against England.

Haider Ali scored 18 runs off 14 balls but the middle-order batter felt dizziness.
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Pakistan cricketer Haider Ali was taken to hospital because of a viral illness during the sixth T20I against England on Friday. Ali is the second Pakistan T20 World Cup player admitted to hospital during the series after fast bowler Naseem Shah, who also fell ill. (More Cricket News)

Ali scored 18 runs off 14 balls but the middle-order batter felt dizziness in the dressing room and was substituted. Pakistan ultimately lost the game. Ali has had a below-par series, scoring 11, 3, 4 and 18.

Paceman Shah spent two nights in a local hospital at Lahore because of pneumonia. He was ruled out of the remaining two T20s of the seven-match series after testing positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.

Shah will isolate for two days, and the Pakistan Cricket Board said he will fly out to New Zealand with the team on Monday for a triangular T20 series also featuring Bangladesh, a prelude to the T20 World Cup in Australia.

Shah played only one game in the seven-match series against England at Karachi before being rested. He returned expensive figures of 0-41 off his four overs in the first match, which England won by six wickets.

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