LAHORE: Pakistan quick bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi has been suggested two-week rehabilitation after he misplaced his stability whereas taking Harry Brook’s catch throughout Sunday’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 remaining in Melbourne in opposition to England.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday confirmed that the star pacer was not severely injured however pulled a knee discomfort after he landed awkwardly within the match.
According to the PCB media launch, a scan performed on Monday morning previous to the workforce’s departure for Pakistan confirmed that there have been no indicators of an harm and the knee discomfort was doubtless “due to a forced knee flexion whilst landing”.
“The scans were discussed between PCB’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr Najeebullah Soomro, and Australian knee specialist, Dr Peter D’Alessandro, and it was reassuring to know that there was no injury. The left-arm fast bowler is feeling better and is in high spirits.” the assertion stated.
Moreover, the board stated that Shaheen will bear a rehabilitation and conditioning programme particularly designed to strengthen his knee on the National High Performance Centre (NHPC), few days after his arrival in Pakistan.
The assertion added that Shaheen’s return to worldwide cricket can be topic to the profitable completion of his rehabilitation programme and the following approval by the medical workers.
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