Former Zimbabwe all-rounder Heath Streak passes away; Pakistan and Bangladesh players mourn #AsiaCup2023 #PAKvBAN

By | September 6, 2023



Death – Obituary News : Former Zimbabwe all-rounder Heath Streak has passed away. Pakistan and Bangladesh players observed a minute of silence for him during the Asia Cup 2023 match.

Former Zimbabwean cricketer Heath Streak passed away on Sunday, leaving the cricketing community in shock and mourning. The sad news came during the Asia Cup 2023 match between Pakistan and Bangladesh, where players from both teams observed a minute of silence to pay their respects.


Heath Streak was born on March 16, 1974, in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He made his international debut in 1993 and went on to become one of Zimbabwe’s most successful cricketers. Streak was known for his outstanding all-round skills, excelling as a right-arm fast bowler and a handy lower-order batsman.

During his illustrious career, Streak represented Zimbabwe in 65 Test matches and 189 One-Day Internationals (ODIs). He took a total of 216 Test wickets and 239 ODI wickets, leaving a lasting impact on Zimbabwean cricket. Streak’s fighting spirit and determination on the field earned him the respect of his teammates and opponents alike.

Off the field, Streak was known for his dedication to the sport and his commitment to helping young cricketers in Zimbabwe. After retiring from international cricket in 2005, he became a respected coach and mentor, passing on his knowledge and experience to the next generation of players.

Heath Streak’s legacy will live on through his contributions to Zimbabwean cricket. His remarkable achievements and his impact as a mentor will inspire future generations of cricketers in the country. The cricketing community mourns the loss of a true legend, and tributes from players, fans, and officials continue to pour in.

As the Asia Cup 2023 continues, the players will carry the memory of Heath Streak with them, honoring his legacy through their performances on the field..