KARACHI: Legend, Pakistan’s World Cup winning hockey goalkeeper Mansoor Ahmed’s health condition has deteriorated again.
According to Newsone, doctors have placed Ahmed on life support as his lungs and heart were not functioning well otherwise.
The hockey legend has been suffering from heart ailment for the past three years and is currently undergoing treatment at the National Institute of Cardiovascular Disease.
Last month the hockey legend had said he wanted his surgery to be done in India as the facilities there were better than those offered in any other country.
However, the hockey legend was said to be cautious of the surgery in Pakistan as it would be the first of its kind in the country.
National Institute of Cardiovascular Disease’s Dr Nadeem Qamar had said they are ready to perform the surgery on Ahmed, but if he is not comfortable then he could go to India.