Pak vs SL: Pakistan to overlook Shaheen Afridi in second Check, says Saqlain Mushtaq

Pakistan group head coach Saqlain Mushtaq says that the group will miss Shaheen Shah Afridi within the second Check towards Sri Lanka. Picture: SLC/Twitter

GALLE: Pakistan group head coach Saqlain Mushtaq on Saturday stated that the Inexperienced Shirts will certainly miss unfit Shaheen Shah Afridi within the second Check towards Sri Lanka scheduled to be held from tomorrow in Galle.

The Pakistani pacer led a robust bowling assault towards Sri Lanka within the first Check and took 4 wickets on the primary day of the opening Check.

On the fourth day of the primary Check, pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi skilled health points and underwent a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan in his leg, the spokesperson for the PCB confirmed.

The spokesperson had stated that Shaheen had felt a pulled muscle in his leg whereas fielding, for which icing was initially really helpful to him.

On July 21, the PCB stated, “Resulting from a knee damage sustained on the fourth day of the primary Check, Shaheen Afridi will miss the second Check, which can be performed in Galle from July 24.”

The board talked about that Afridi will stick with the Check aspect in Sri Lanka, the place his preliminary rehabilitation and administration will proceed beneath the supervision of the group’s medical employees.

Saqlain Mushtaq, whereas speaking to journalists at the moment, stated Afridi brings in lots of power and management for different bowlers within the sport.

“He’s our primary bowler who leads others from the entrance. Positively, bowlers will miss him and the power he brings in,” he stated.

Adjustments in Check squad

Mushtaq wasn’t certain about modifications they need to make within the second Check apart from the alternative of injured Afridi.

“We now have regarded on the pitch however nothing is set as of but. Clearly, Shaheen’s alternative is there however aside from this, we’ll sit and determine earlier than asserting the ultimate XI,” he stated.

“Our gamers confirmed nice dedication, potential and execution of plans to win the final sport. From Abdullah Shafique to tail-ender Naseem Shah after which Hassan Ali, Yasir Shah and others, everybody fought laborious to attain a well-deserved victory,” he added.

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