In a serious blow to Pakistan, Shaheen Shah Afridi is unlikely to make his return to worldwide cricket till April subsequent yr.
Afridi who was given relaxation due to a knee damage suffered one other setback on Saturday when he needed to be rushed to hospital in Islamabad for an appendicitis operation.
“He under went a surgical procedure to remove the appendicitis today and doctors have now advised him at least six weeks rest before he can return to cricket activities,” a supply within the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) stated. He stated after Afridi completes his six-week relaxation from the surgical process he’ll endure a two-week rehabilitation programme for his knee damage.
“This basically means he is definitely ruled out of the three Tests against England being held in December while he will also not be able to appear in the two Tests against New Zealand that follow,” the supply stated.
Based on the supply, the PCB and the crew administration is unlikely to threat taking part in Afridi in worldwide cricket till subsequent April.
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“Even his participation in the Pakistan Super League will depend on his recovery progress but it will also be the decision of his franchise when and how they play him in the league,” the supply stated.
Within the not too long ago concluded T20 World Cup, Afridi took 11 wickets in 7 matches at an economic system of 6.16.
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