• A Qatar World Cup pundit had to leave the studio mid-match after learning that his mother had passed away.
  • ITV’s Nadia Nadeem said that her mother was “killed by a truck.”
  • “Words can’t describe what I’m feeling,” she wrote on Instagram.

ITV World Cup pundit Nadia Nadeem has revealed she had to leave the studio midway through a match when she learned her mother had passed away on Tuesday.

Nadeem, who plays for the Denmark women’s national team and Racing Louisville FC, wrote on instagram His mother Hadima Nadeem was killed in a truck accident.

The 34-year-old was part of ITV’s coverage Danish This was followed by a goalless draw with Tunisia after receiving the sad news.

Nadeem wrote, “Tuesday morning my mother was killed by a truck.” “She was on her way back from the gym.

“Words cannot describe what I am feeling. I have lost the most important person in my life and it happened suddenly and unexpectedly.”

He said, “She was only 57 years old. She was a warrior, who fought for every inch of her life. She gave me life not once but twice and I/we are what I am because of her.” “

According to The Guardian, Nadeem, her four sisters, and her mother fled Afghanistan at the age of 11, going into hiding for three years after her father Rabani, an army general, was executed by the Taliban in 2000.

“I’ve lost my home and I know nothing will ever feel the same,” Nadeem wrote. “Life is unfair and I don’t understand why he and why like this. I love you and I will see you again.”

Former Manchester City player Yaya Toure was among those to express condolences to Nadim.

He commented on Nadeem’s post, “I am so sorry for your loss Nadia.” “Sending strength and prayers to you and your family.”

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