Shaheen Shah Afridi Injury Update: Pakistan’s star pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi was injured in the final of T20 World Cup-2022 and in the end he had to leave the field. His over was completed by the fellow player. Now he has given an update to the fans through a post. Shaheen has posted a picture on social media, in which he is seen lying unconscious on the hospital bed. He has also made an appeal to the fans.
been troubled by injury for some time
22-year-old Shaheen Shah Afridi has been continuously troubled by injury for the last few months. He made a comeback in the T20 World Cup after suffering an injury on the tour of Sri Lanka before the Asia Cup. He could not get his rhythm in the beginning but after some part of the tournament passed, he set the tone. He was once again injured while playing against England in the final and now the update is that he will be out of the field for the next few months.
‘Remember in your prayers’
Shaheen has shared the talk of his surgery with all the fans on Sunday, 20 November. He gave this information while posting a picture lying on the hospital bed. Shaheen has had ‘appendectomy’ (surgery to remove appendix). He wrote, ‘Appendix operation was done today but I am feeling very well by the grace of God. Will remember you in your prayers.
Had an appendectomy today but Alhumdulillah feeling better. Remember me in your prayers. pic.twitter.com/M70HWwl9Cn
— Shaheen Shah Afridi (@iShaheenAfridi) November 20, 2022
It will take time to return to the field
It will take time for Shaheen to return to the field. Let us tell you that after getting injured in the Test series against Sri Lanka last July, he had to stay away from the field for about three months. He was also injured in the final match of T20 World Cup (13 November 2022). Then due to knee injury, he could not even complete his quota of 4 overs. His fans believed that if Shaheen had completed his overs, the result of the match could have been different.
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