How did Huma Akram died?

Huma Akram, the wife of former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram, died on Sunday after developing heart and kidney complications.

Who is Wasim Akrams wife?

Shaniera Akramm. 2013
Humam. 1995–2009
Wasim Akram/Wife

Does Wasim Akram have children?

Aiyla Akram
Wasim Akram/Children

Does Wasim Akram have diabetes?

Being diagnosed with diabetes Akram was diagnosed in 1997 in the middle of a Test cricket series. He’d been losing weight, becoming very tired and thirsty so was forced to see a doctor by his dad.

How many marriages did Wasim Akram?

Akram married Huma Mufti in 1995. They had two sons from their marriage of 14 years: Tahmoor (born 1996) and Akbar (born 2000).

How fast was Wasim Akram?

Player Team Kph
Ajit Agarkar India 145.4
Zaheer Khan India 145.0
Wasim Akram Pakistan 145
Glenn McGrath Australia 145

Who is the king of swing bowling?

Wasim Akram is number one on our list of “Top 5 best swing bowlers of all-time.”

How old was Huma Akram when she died?

Huma Akram breathed her last in the early hours of 25th October, 2009, in Chennai. She was 42. Needless to say, Akram was shattered by this incident, and it left a certain dent in his life, having brought a cruel early end to the first Wasim Akram marriage and leaving his children motherless.

When did Wasim Akram and Huma Mufti marry?

In this article, we take a look at his first tryst with marriage when he married Huma Mufti in 1995, and the second Wasim Akram marriage, to Australian Shaniera Thompson in 2013. Wasim Akram was born on 3rd June, 1966, in Lahore, Pakistan.

Where did Wasim Akram go to College in Pakistan?

Wasim Akram was born on 3rd June, 1966, in Lahore, Pakistan. Wasim attended the Government college in Lahore, where he picked up the sport of cricket and developed a keen interest in it. He became one of the leading cricketers representing the college and would play as the opening batsman and bowler for his college cricket team.

When did Wasim Akram get inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame?

Wasim took 23 four-wicket hauls in 356 ODI matches played. On 30 September 2009, Akram was one of five new members inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame. He was the bowling coach of Kolkata Knight Riders.