Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Chairman PCB Mohsin Naqvi upset on Ihsanullah’s incorrect elbow diagnosis

Chairman PCB Mohsin Naqvi upset on Ihsanullah’s incorrect elbow diagnosis

Chairman PCB Mohsin Naqvi upset on Ihsanullah’s incorrect elbow diagnosis

Chairman PCB Mohsin Naqvi upset on Ihsanullah’s incorrect elbow diagnosis

Advertisement
  • Ihsanullah, a promising young fast bowler, suffered an elbow injury.
  • Misdiagnosis by PCB’s medical panel led to wasted rehab time.
  • Botched surgery in Lahore further complicated the injury.
Advertisement

The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Mohsin Naqvi, is extremely upset about how the board officials managed the injury of the young fast bowler, Ihsanullah.

Ihsan, who is 21 years old, left a strong impression in the previous year’s Pakistan Super League with his speed. He also played in three T20 matches against Afghanistan in Sharjah and two ODIs against New Zealand at home.

Unfortunately, after the series with New Zealand, he suffered an elbow injury and was unable to participate in subsequent events, including the Asia Cup and World Cup.

Sadly, a misdiagnosis of his injury and a botched surgery in Lahore have prevented him from fully recovering.

According to a report in the Press Trust of India, the initial diagnosis was made by a senior doctor on the board’s medical panel, which resulted in wasted time trying to rehabilitate him without surgery.

After a failed surgery at a private hospital in Lahore, doctors from his PSL franchise, Multan Sultan, determined that he needed to see a specialist in the UK for his treatment.

Advertisement

Ali Tareen, the owner of the franchise, has received permission from the PCB to send Ehsan to London for further consultation. However, this has angered Naqvi, who believes that it was the duty of the board officials and medical panel to properly care for the fast bowler.

“Mohsin Naqvi is very upset after this incident came out in the open and he came to know about it. Chances are that some of the officials responsible for supervising Ehsan’s treatment will find themselves out of jobs very soon,” the source said.

Ehsan had made a strong impression with his speed against Afghanistan in Sharjah, taking six wickets in three matches while conceding very few runs.

Also Read

PCB hopeful Ihsanullah, Hasnain will return to action soon
PCB hopeful Ihsanullah, Hasnain will return to action soon

Ihsanullah and Hasnain undergoing rehabilitation for elbow and ankle injuries, respectively. Both...

Advertisement
Advertisement
Read More News On

Catch all the Sports News, Breaking News Event and Latest News Updates on The BOL News


Download The BOL News App to get the Daily News Update & Follow us on Google News.


End of Article

Next Story