KARACHI: National cricket team vice-captain Shadab Khan’s chances of playing his first ODI against Zimbabwe have brightened.
According to ARY News, Shadab Khan, the vice-captain of the national cricket team, started improving his fitness after which his chances of playing his first ODI against Zimbabwe increased. He was injured during practice.
Sources said that Shadab Khan is feeling better in his injury. It should be noted that due to the injury, Shadab did not participate in the practice match even today.
It is to be noted that Shadab Khan had suffered from pain during the practice match on Monday. The doctor had advised the all-rounder to rest for a week.
A PCB spokesman said Dr. Shadab was being monitored and hoped he would soon be fit and play in the ODI against Zimbabwe.
It may be recalled that the ODI series between Pakistan and Zimbabwe will start from Rawalpindi on October 30. The three-match T20 series between the two teams will be played from November 7.
Looking forward to playing under Shadab’s captaincy, Fast Bowler Hassan Ali
Karachi: National team fast bowler Hassan Ali says that he is eagerly waiting to play under the captaincy of Shadab Khan.
According to ARY News, fast bowler of the national cricket team Hassan Ali while talking to the media said that after regaining his fitness, he is feeling much better now.
Hassan Ali, who represented Central Punjab in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, said that the last few months have been very difficult due to distance from cricket but during this time he worked hard and decided to fight these conditions and backless in the team.
The fast bowler said that he came to PSL but could not recover from the injury, now there is no problem in running and I am coming back in rhythm.
The fast bowler said that he has a lot of cricket left and the future looks bright, waiting to see when the selectors will once again give him a chance to represent Pakistan.
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