Cricket News: Will Shaheen Shah Afridi play in the T20 World Cup?
Shaheen Shah Afridi, a well-known Pakistani bowler, is preparing to compete in the ICC T20 World Cup. The Pakistani sprinter is eager to make a solid comeback to his squad after missing the Asia Cup due to a knee injury
Shaheen Afridi shared a video on social media describing his preparations for his spectacular comeback.
Shaheen Afridi, one of Pakistan's lethal pacers, intends to wreak havoc on the 2022 ICC T20 World Cup competition. With only a few weeks until the T20 World Cup selection is announced, Shaheen Afridi was sweating it out in the gym.
Shaheen Shah Afridi uploaded a video to his YouTube page to show his admirers his progress. The speedster was observed lifting weights, practising squats, and doing other leg workouts to strengthen and recover from knee ailments.
In July, Afridi suffered a right knee ligament injury while fielding during the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle.
Shaheen Shah Afridi recently traveled to London for knee surgery
Shaheen Shah Afridi, who attended the recent India-Pakistan match at the Dubai International Stadium, has headed to London for knee surgery. In the hopes that the player would recuperate soon, the PCB wanted him to receive the best care available in London.
The medical staff has also been receiving information about his care. The PCB has followed all professional medical advice concerning Shaheen Afridi's care.
"The PCB medical team has been receiving daily information on Shaheen's knee injury status, and we expect the bowler to be present with the national side for the World Cup match against India on October 23," PCB chief executive officer Faisal Hasnain told Dawn.
Shaheen Shah Afridi is excited to return to his team after missing the Asia Cup owing to a knee ailment.
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