Shaheen Shah Afridi was seen struggling on the T20 World Cup.
Pakistan’s prime quick bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi is unlikely to return to worldwide cricket till April 2023, successfully ruling him out of the 5 Exams at residence in opposition to England and New Zealand.
Karachi: Pakistan’s prime quick bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi is unlikely to return to worldwide cricket till April 2023, successfully ruling him out of the 5 Exams at residence in opposition to England and New Zealand.
Afridi who was given relaxation due to a knee harm suffered one other setback on Saturday when he needed to be rushed to hospital in Islamabad for an appendicitis operation.
“He below went a surgical process to take away the appendicitis at this time and medical doctors have now suggested him at the very least six weeks relaxation earlier than he can return to cricket actions,” a supply within the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) stated.
He stated after Afridi completes his six-week relaxation from the surgical process he’ll bear a two-week rehabilitation programme for his knee harm.
“This mainly means he’s undoubtedly dominated out of the three Exams in opposition to England being held in December whereas he may also not have the ability to seem within the two Exams in opposition to New Zealand that observe,” the supply stated.
In line with the supply, the PCB and the group administration is unlikely to danger enjoying Afridi in worldwide cricket till subsequent April.
“Even his participation within the Pakistan Tremendous League will rely on his restoration progress however it can even be the choice of his franchise when and the way they play him within the league,” the supply stated.
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