Indian cricketer died of cardiac arrest, this year he scored a century in T20

Pankaj Prasad
Pankaj Prasad 16/10/2021 12:57 IST
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Indian cricketer died, cardiac arrest, Avi Barot

Let us tell you that Avi Barot was a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman.

Saurashtra Cricketer Avi Barot: Saurashtra batsman Avi Barot died on Thursday at the age of 29 due to cardiac arrest.This information has been given by quoting the Saurashtra Cricket Association.Let us tell you that 29-year-old Avi used to play for Saurashtra.Avi also scored a brilliant century in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy this year.Apart from this, Avi Barot was also part of the winning team of Saurashtra which won the Ranji Trophy title in 2019-20.

Former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer has also expressed grief over the death of Avi Barot.He tweeted and wrote that the news of the death of the young batsman is disturbing.Cardiac arrest at such a young age is heartbreaking.May God give his family the strength to bear this loss.Let us tell you that Avi Barot was a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman.Sometimes he used to bowl off back as well.He played 38 First Class matches, 38 List A matches and 20 domestic T20 matches in his career.

When Saurashtra won the Ranji Trophy title by defeating Bengal in the 2019-20 season, Avi Barot was a part of it.Apart from this, Barot has also played Ranji Trophy final twice.Avi played 21 Ranji matches, 17 List A matches, 11 T20 matches for Saurashtra.Avi Barot played his last match in March this year.

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