Asif Ali’s daughter passes away after battling with cancer
Pakistan batsman Asif Ali’s daughter has passed away on Sunday after fighting with cancer for the last few months.
Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali’s daughter was battling with cancer since the last few months and she was undergoing treatment in USA today while his father was playing for Pakistan in England a couple of hours ago keeping all the pain in his heart.
Half an hour ago, Asif’s daughter lost the battle against cancer and passed away. Her father couldn’t even see her for the last time and this tragic incident has shocked the cricket world.
Asif has been bearing this sorrow for a long time and keeping this almost a secret, he played in this year’s Pakistan Super League (PSL) as well for Islamabad United. During the tournament, it was also noticed that Islamabad United’s head coach Dean Jones was seen broken into tears during a press conference after he was asked about the situation of Asif.
Despite all the pain and sufferings, Asif kept playing for Pakistan and he featured in the 5th and the last ODI as well for the men in green on Sunday where he scored 22 runs from 17 balls in the losing cause. And according to reports, he is also likely to be included in Pakistan’s World Cup squad.
However, keeping the version of a batsman aside, a father named Asif deserves all the respect in the world for being so strong and on behalf of the bdcrictime, our heart goes out to him and his family.
Extremely heart broken with the news of @AasifAli2018 daughter passing away my heart and duas goes out to the family may Allah pak grant them all with sabar. :(:(:
— Mohammad Amir (@iamamirofficial) May 19, 2019
I have met plenty of extraordinary ppl in my life but no one has inspired me more than Asif Ali. He is such a gentle, kind human being. Extremely loving family man, very hardworking and supremely professional. I wish him and his family gather the courage to deal with this loss >>
— Rehan Ulhaq (@Rehan_ulhaq) May 19, 2019
Request to all of you to pray for Asif Ali’s daughter. She is undergoing treatment in the US. Braveheart dispensing his national duty in England. I can empathise fully with Asif @MuhammadWasim77 @iRashidLatif. Salute to Asif. 🙏
— Dr. Nauman Niaz (@DrNaumanNiaz) May 19, 2019
Asif Ali’s daughter lost her battle to cancer and my heart goes out to the family. I’ve seen three cases in my loved ones in the past couple of years and its excrutiatingly painful. Allah jannat naseeb karay usko aur ghar walon ko sabar ata farmaye. Ameen.
— Komal🇵🇰 (@komallsalman) May 19, 2019
Inna Lilla he wa inna Elehee Rejeon.
Little daughter of Asif Ali passed away in US.
Extremely sad news. Salute to @AasifAli2018 who serve country in the most difficult time.
Condelences and Prayers of Sabar for the family. 😭 https://t.co/hUnehHfg0p
— Abdul Ghaffar (@GhaffarDawnNews) May 19, 2019
Guys star player of Pakistan cricket Asif Ali’s daughter passed away fighting with cancer. Please take a minute out and recite Fatiha for her. It’s been so thought for him last few months, may Allah prove him with patience and faith to get through this pic.twitter.com/ZMTSdrIxt9
— Zameer Maan (@ZameerMaan) May 19, 2019
Asif Ali’s daughter is battling cancer, imagine how much stress he’d be going through, it is very difficult for a father to focus on his performance and give his best to his team despite going through so much in life. Massive respect for him.
— Sir Saith Abdullah (@SaithAbdullah99) May 14, 2019
Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un.
Very sad to hear that Asif Ali’s daughter lost her battle against cancer. She was having surgery in US but couldn’t survive & he was busy with national duty. Prayers for the angel who has departed give courage to Asif to bear this huge loss.
— Ahsan. 🇵🇰 (@imPakistaniLAD) May 19, 2019
Sincere and heartfelt condolences to Asif Ali on the passing away of his daughter
— Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) May 19, 2019
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un. Asif Ali’s daughter has passed away.
Thoughts are prayers are with Asif Ali and his family. May Allah give them the strength to overcome this loss.
— Faizan Lakhani (@faizanlakhani) May 19, 2019