Shaheen Shah Afridi’s damage has brought on Pakistan quite a lot of embarrassment, extra particularly the Pakistan prime administration which is now cowering beneath verbal assault from all corners. Each Pakistan followers and former cricketers are attacking PCB in tandem as to why and the way their prime pacer obtained injured and why he wasn’t handled too shortly.
The lanky 21-year-old, who wrecked the Indian prime order within the opening sport of the 2021 T20 World Cup, injured himself whereas diving towards Sri Lanka in July.
Mohammed Hafeez involved if Shaheen Afridi can be slot in time
Regardless of the damage, Afridi was included within the facet for Netherlands ODIs and it was solely after touchdown in UAE for the Asia Cup did the seriousness of the damage made the information. Quickly sufficient, Pakistan Cricket Board needed to fly him to London in order that he can get well from it as quickly as doable.
In the meantime, the harm was already completed and former cricketers and followers had completed their bit in focusing on the PCB for dealing with the entire affair poorly.
Moreover, former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez stated that the lanky pacer could possibly be dominated out of T20 World Cup 2022.
Ex-Pak skipper Mohammed Hafeez cautious of Shaheen Afridi’s health
“After this damage within the case of Shaheen Shah Afridi, he wasn’t sorted properly. I’ve a robust concern. When you’ve got an damage, you’ve got a technique of recovering from this. And it takes time and in case you are late within the rehab then it takes much more time,” he stated within the clip that he shared throughout social media.
“So for me, my concern is just not solely Shaheen’s comeback as a result of I’m scared he can be dominated out of the T20 World Cup 2022.”
“As a result of when your damage worsens and your rehab is behind schedule then it frustrates you much more. Within the subsequent 5 to six weeks, if Shaheen is offered then okay, else,” he stated.
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