Cricketer Drops Dead During Match in Indian Suburb

Tragically, a 42-year-old man named Ram Ganesh Tewar died during a cricket match in Mumbai.

It happened during a company-sponsored match in the Kashmir region of Mumbai. A video of Tewar scoring a six before he collapsed was published on the social networking platform X.

Tewar, a cricketer from Thane, Maharashtra, suffered a heart attack and passed away on the pitch.  Just as he was about to face the next round of firing, he passed out. Players on the field hurried to his side, trying to resuscitate him, but to no avail. Still on the ground, the man showed no signs of life. The number of incidents of sudden death has been steadily climbing.

In the footage, he can be seen wearing a pink vest as he walks back to his wicket after scoring a perfect six.

Suddenly, his lifeless body falls to the ground. The precise cause of death is still being investigated, according to local police.

As the temperature across India continues to rise, there has been a surge in heatstroke cases in Mumbai in the past few weeks.

In the three months of March, April, and May alone, 276 cases of heatstroke were documented in Maharashtra, the region in which Mumbai is located; however, no fatalities have been recorded at this time.

According to Dr. Divya Gopal of Mumbai’s HN Reliance Hospital, heat continues to affect young office-goers in the 20-45 age group, now more than ever as the monsoon period approaches.

A cricket match participant had a heart attack in January and died.

Batsman Vikas Negi of the Mavericks XI slumped in the fourteenth over of their innings during a match in India between the Blazing Bulls and the Mavericks XI. Evidence proved that after batting partner Umesh Kumar struck a four, Negi walked over to the wicket to offer his congratulations.

Negi, 34, terrifyingly collapsed to the ground as Kumar advanced to touch bats with his teammate. Both teams’ players were taken aback, with some even trying cardiopulmonary resuscitation on Negi.