Asad Rauf Former Pakistan player and Empire passed away at 66 due to cardiac arrest on today morning

Rauf presided over his first ODI in 2000 and his first Test in 2005. In 2006, he was appointed to the ICC's Elite Panel, where he remained until 2013.

He oversaw 64 Tests, 139 ODIs, 28 T20 Internationals, and 11 women's T20 International matches as an umpire or TV umpire.

He was also a productive middle-order batter in his domestic career. Rauf participated in 71 First Class games and amassed 3423 runs

Rauf had a lengthy first-class career as a middle-order hitter for National Bank and Railways.

Charges of spot-fixing and match-fixing in cricket matches destroyed Rauf's career.

He was sentenced to a five-year suspension in February 2016 after being found guilty of corruption.

His Carree has been full of up's and down but at last he is a good player and empire let's respect that.

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