Shaheen ‘almost there’ to achieve full health for T20 WC, Tri Series

KARACHI: Pakistan ace pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi, who missed the recently-concluded Asia Cup 2022 because of a knee damage, introduced on Tuesday that he’s ‘almost there’ on his street to restoration for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup.

Pakistan misplaced to Sri Lanka within the remaining of the Asia Cup 2022 and failed to finish a decade-long trophy drought within the continental occasion. The two-time champions had a somewhat first rate event however undoubtedly missed the providers of their ace pacer Shaheen.

The left-arm pacer initially accompanied the squad within the United Arab Emirates (UAE) earlier than travelling to the United Kingdom (UK) for rehabilitation.

The pacer’s rehabilitation is now in full swing in a bid to achieve full health to partake within the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup 2022 and the tri-series in New Zealand, scheduled in October.

The star pacer shared glimpses of himself figuring out within the fitness center with the caption “Almost there.”

It is pertinent to say right here that Shaheen suffered from Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) damage through the first Test towards Sri Lanka in July and was suggested 4 to 6 weeks of relaxation.

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