Shaheen Shah Afridi has been suggested 4-6 weeks rest by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Medical consultative Committee and independent specialists following the latest scans and reports of Shaheen Shah Afridi.
Bad news for Pakistan cricket as Shaheen Shah Afridi has been dominated out of the Asia Cup, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) confirmed it today.
Shaheen Shah Afridi has been suggested 4-6 weeks rest by the PCB Medical consultative Committee and Independent specialists following his latest scans and reports.
He also will miss the house series against England. However, he is anticipated to come back to competitive cricket in October with the New Zealand T20I tri-series, which can be followed by the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Australia 2022.
Shaheen had suffered a right knee ligament injury whereas fielding throughout the primary Test match against Sri Lanka in Galle.
PCB Chief medic Dr. Najeebullah Soomro said that I have spoken with Shaheen and he’s upset with the news. However, he’s a brave young man who has promised to come back powerfully to serve his country and team. He also said that though he has made great progress throughout his rehabilitation in Rotterdam, it’s clear he would require longer and will probably return to competitive cricket in October.
He said that PCB’s Sports & Exercise medication Department is operating closely with the player over the upcoming weeks to ensure his safety returns to competitive cricket.
Shaheen can stick with the squad to finish his rehabilitation. His replacement for the ACC T20 Asia Cup is declared shortly. The Pakistan facet can arrive in port from Rotterdam on Monday.