The 22-year-old was compelled to depart the sector after he harm his proper knee once more whereas taking a catch of English batter Harry Brook within the thirteenth over of England’s chase.
“Pakistan quick bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi has been suggested two-week rehabilitation after he landed awkwardly whereas taking Harry Brook’s catch throughout Sunday’s ICC Males’s T20 World Cup 2022 remaining in Melbourne,” Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) stated in a press release.
“The scan performed on Monday morning previous to the group’s departure for Pakistan, has confirmed there have been no indicators of an harm and the knee discomfort was doubtless ‘as a result of a compelled knee flexion while touchdown’.”
Afridi had earlier suffered a ligament harm in his proper knee in July throughout a Take a look at match towards Sri Lanka however had managed to make it to the group for the T20 showpiece.
On Sunday, Afridi had returned to the sector and tried to bowl the sixteenth over however could not full it.
“The scans have been mentioned 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 harm. The left-arm quick bowler is feeling higher and is in excessive spirits.
“Shaheen will endure rehabilitation and conditioning programme that has been designed to strengthen his knee on the Nationwide Excessive Efficiency Centre few days after his return to Pakistan.”
Afridi, who took 11 wickets in seven matches through the T20 World Cup, is more likely to miss the house Take a look at sequence towards England and New Zealand in December-January.
“Shaheen’s return to worldwide cricket might be topic to the champion quick bowler’s profitable completion of the rehabilitation programme and following go-aheads by the medical workers,” the PCB stated.
Afridi’s harm was an necessary second within the remaining as Iftikhar Ahmed, who accomplished his over, conceded a 4 and a six as England chased the goal down with six balls to spare.