Pakistan’s star fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi has once again reached the hospital. He gave this information while posting a picture on Twitter. Posting this picture, he told that he had an appendix operation. Let me tell you, 22-year-old Shaheen Afridi has also been struggling with his knee injury for some time. While fielding against England in the final of the T20 World Cup 2022, he again injured his knee due to which he could not bowl.
Shaheen Afridi posted his picture from the hospital and wrote, ‘Appendix operation today but feeling better Alhamdulillah. Remember me in your prayers.
Talking about Afridi’s knee injury, after the World Cup final, the Pakistan Cricket Board issued a press release saying that the scans done on Monday morning before the team’s departure for Pakistan confirmed that there was no sign of injury. were not and the knee trouble was likely caused by “forcing the knee during landing”.
The press release further read, “The scan was discussed between PCB’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr Najibullah Soomro and Australian knee specialist Dr Peter D’Alessandro and was reassured to learn that there was no injury.” The left-arm fast bowler is feeling better and in good spirits.
After returning to Pakistan, Shaheen Afridi will undergo a rehabilitation and conditioning program designed to strengthen his knee at the National High Performance Center for a few days. Shaheen’s return to international cricket will be subject to successful completion of the rehabilitation program and medical staff confirmation.
Let me tell you, Shaheen Afridi was injured during the Test series in Sri Lanka this year. The player made a comeback to international cricket after rehab for several months. At the start of the tournament, Shaheen was not looking in his rhythm, but as he played matches, he found the rhythm. Shaheen took a total of 11 wickets in the T20 World Cup 2022. Had he been fit in the final, the result of the match could have been different.