Pakistan Test opener Abid Ali is flying back home to his family in Lahore after completing his two-week post operational rehab in Karachi. The cricketer posted the update about his health on Twitter.

“Alhumdulilah, by the grace of Allah Almighty, I have completed my two-week post operational rehab in Karachi. The medical staff was amazing there. I am flying back to Lahore tomorrow to meet my family,” he tweeted while sharing a picture with his medical team.

He thanked the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for the help and requested his fans to “keep praying”.


Abid was taken to the hospital during a match of Quaid-e-Azam trophy in Karachi after he complained of chest pain. The cricketer was later dignosed with Acute Coronary Syndrome.

Abid underwent two heart procedures, two stents were put into his blocked arteries through angioplasty.

Earlier, the cricketer updated his fans about his improving health and said that he is getting better.