During the Tunisia-Denmark match, a television analyst leaves him studio after receiving news of her mother’s death

LONDON: Nadia Nadeem, a television analyst, has revealed she had to leave a programme in directed after learning of his mother’s death when she was hit by a truck. And the British news agency (BA Media) reported that Nadim, the former Manchester City striker, was part of ITV’s coverage of the match that ended in a goalless draw between Denmark and Tunisia on Tuesday. But the 34-year-old Denmark international was forced to leave the job before the final whistle, while commentator Mark Bogach announced to viewers that she had been forced to. Nadim revealed the tragic event via Twitter on Wednesday. He said, “On Tuesday morning, I learned that my mother had passed away in an accident after being hit by a truck on her way home from the gym.” She added: “Words cannot describe how I feel. I lost the most important person in my life, and it happened suddenly and unexpectedly. She is only 57 years old “. She continued:” She was a fighter and she fought every moment of her life “. (dpa) ❤️💔 photo.twitter.com/d733ODYpGs — Dr. Nadia Nadim (@nadia_nadim) November 23, 2022