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Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin survives car accident

Former India captain Mohammed Azharuddin reportedly survived a car accident on Wednesday in the Soorwal region of Rajasthan.

By: Sports Desk |
Updated: December 30, 2020 7:38:24 pm
Mohammad Azharuddin met with a car accident on Wednesday

Former India captain Mohammed Azharuddin reportedly survived a car accident on Wednesday in the Soorwal region of Rajasthan.

Azharuddin was travelling to Ranthambore along with his family when his car met with the accident which occurred near the Soorwal police station on Kota mega highway. A person travelling with Azharrudin suffered a minor injury but the former cricketer escaped unhurt, according to his personal assistant.

Azharuddin was shifted to another car and he, along with his family, reached a hotel soon after.

Azharuddin was in Ahmedabad last week where he attended the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Annual General Meeting as the capacity of Hyderabad Cricket Association President. Azharuddin featured in the exhibition match between the president’s XI and secretary XI.

Azharuddin played for Jay Shah’s XI and scored a match-winning 37 against Sourav Ganguly’s XI. Ganguly’s fifty went in vain as the two teams played at the rebuilt Motera Stadium, which will host 2 Tests against England in February-March 2021.

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