We sadly to inform you of the death of former Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf. Ramiz Raja, the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, offered his condolences on Twitter. He expressed his sadness after learning of the umpire’s death, describing him as a fine umpire with a good sense of humor. Ramiz went on to say that he always smiled when he thought of him and that he still does. The chief also expressed his condolences to his relatives for their loss.
Immediately after hearing of Asad Rauf’s death, numerous celebrities took to social networking sites to offer him emotional respect. Former Pakistan wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal shared a photo of the late umpire on Twitter, writing that he was saddened to learn of the former ICC umpire’s death and that Allah blesses him Magfirat and provides his family Sabr. Other individuals, including the broader public, lamented his early death in addition to him.
The umpire’s identity is buzzing on several media as people express appreciation for him. As per sources, Asad Rauf died on September 14, 2022. He was 66 years old when he died. According to reports, he died in Lahore after having a heart arrest. It’s heartbreaking to discover that the former umpire has passed away. Twitter and other social networking sites have been inundated with tributes and sympathy messages.
Asad Rauf Journey
He worked in many national and international matches and give his best.
- One-Day International in 2000
- Test in 2005
- ICC’s Elite Panel in 2006 and served on it until 2013.
- He officiated 64 tests, 139 ODIs, 28 T20Is, and 11 women’s T20Is as an umpire or television umpire.
- Asad Rauf has also officiated in 40 First Class matches, 26 List A matches, and 89 T20s in total, plus IPL matches.
He was also a highly successful middle-order hitter.