- Naseem Shah completed his rehabilitation in London.
- He thanked PCB for all the arrangements.
- His absence was felt during the ICC World Cup 2023.
Ace pacer for Pakistan, Naseem Shah, 20, had surgery on his right shoulder a few months ago, and he has already finished his recuperation.
The right-arm pacer thanked the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the medical staff on Instagram while providing the most recent information on his injury recuperation.
“Today, I have completed my rehab in England. I am very thankful to the PCB for organising all this,” Naseem wrote.
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“Special thanks to my medical team Dr Imtiaz Ahmed, Physios George Earl, and Adam Wright here in England, for all their care,” he added.
Naseem Shah sustained a shoulder injury during the Asia Cup, which prevented him from competing in the remaining matches. Unfortunately, this setback also prevented him from competing in the World Cup in 2023.
He recovered fully in England after undergoing surgery there. When the squad faltered in the World Cup, his absence was felt greatly in the bowling lineup.
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