PCB updates on Naseem Shah’s health

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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday gave an update on the health of ace pacer Naseem Shah, who suffered a shoulder injury during this year’s Asia Cup championship and was unable to participate in the ICC World Cup due to the injury. 

Also in October, the right-arm fast bowler went under the knife in the United Kingdom for surgery. 

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said in a statement on Wednesday that fast bowler Naseem Shah had begun the final stages of his rehabilitation today at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Lahore.

The young pacer sustained an injury during the Asia Cup in September, and he had to undergo surgery in the United Kingdom as a result. As a result of the surgery, he remained in the UK for two months to undergo rehabilitation and initial training since the PCB covered the cost of his medical expenses, and he received continuous medical care from a team of experts.

PCB updates on Naseem Shah’s health Also, In the course of his rehabilitation, Naseem is being assisted by a strength and conditioning coach, a physiotherapist, and a doctor at the NCA, Lahore. It is currently being reported that he is doing light gym exercises and a portion of bowling practice and that he will start batting tomorrow.”

The Quetta Gladiators‘ premium pacer Naseem had previously swapped teams with Islamabad United as part of a major swap deal between the two sides in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

The 20-year-old pacer was the subject of much discussion among the cricketing fraternity as every PSL franchise was doing its best to land him after reports emerged that he had decided to leave Quetta at the end of the season.

Islamabad has now acquired Quetta’s first-round Platinum pick and Quetta has acquired Islamabad’s third-round Platinum pick as a result of Quetta’s move to Islamabad.

PCB updates on Naseem Shah’s health also, Islamabad came out victorious in the race to get Naseem’s signature despite strong rumors that he might end up joining Multan Sultans, who recently acquired Iftikhar Ahmed in another swap deal, or Peshawar Zalmi, but they either failed to match Islamabad’s offer or surpassed it.

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