A private hospital in India has offered to perform a free of cost heart transplant on Pakistani hockey player Mansoor Ahmed.
Fortis Group of Hospitals has offered to register the World Cup winning goalkeeper for the transplant. less than a week ago the 49-year-old legend, Mansoor Ahmed made an appeal to the Indian government to grant him visa.
Ahmed has been considered as a sporting legend in Pakistan since helping the country win the 1994 World Cup in Sydney. His penalty stroke push against the Netherlands in the final is still considered the winning factor against the team.
Mansoor Ahmed has played 338 international matches, participated in three Olympics in a career of 14 years from 1986 to 2000. He said that if the Indian government would issue him the visa for medical reasons, he would be deeply indebted to them.