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A sudden demise of star Saurashtra player Avi Barot at 29 due to heart attack

The player, who was also represented Gujrat and Haryana is now more. He died on Friday after suffering from Cardiac Arrest. He was taken to a hospital after he felt unwell at his house. This is a huge loss for India after his sudden demise.


Saurashtra iconic batter Avi Barot, a former Indian Under 19 skipper and a Ranji Trophy-winning team member in the 2019-20 season, has demised after suffering from a cardiac arrest at a very young age of 29 only. The player who represented Haryana and Gujrat in his career is more in the world. Avi Barot was at the house when he felt uncomfortable. He was being rushed to the hospital and he breathed last inside the ambulance. He was a very talented player. He played one of the remember innings was against Goa.

Saurashtra iconic opener batter Avi Barot was his top form in the  Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy as he smashed a wonderful 44-ball century against Goa in the Elite Group D match on Friday. He was ended up scoring a spectacular 53-ball 122 runs before getting run out in the penultimate over of Saurashtra innings. Saurashtra was put to bat first and had an early blow as they lost another opener, Harvik Desai for 6 in the fourth over which teams took into the backfoot. After his dismissal, then Barot took charge and stitched a huge stand of 111 runs for the third wicket partnership with number three batter Samarth Vyas. Samarth is supporting very well to another end. During Avi Barot’s innings, Barot batted at an amazing strike rate of 230.19, smashed a total of 11 fours and 7 sixes.

In reply, Goa was bowled out for 125 in 18.4 overs. Saurashtra captain Jayden Unadkat and pacer Chirag Jani picked up three wickets each while Chetan Sakariya scalped 2 in his four-over spell. Barot batted superbly till the 19th over before his superb innings came to an end by a run out affected by the duo of Darshal Misal and Eknath Kerkar. Whereas Vyas was the second-highest scorer of Saurashtra as the team ended up scoring 215 for 5 in their quota of 20 overs.