SHADAB KHAN IS DECLARED FIT TO REJOIN THE TEAM FOR THE WORLD CUP
Shadab Khan- the 20-years-old leg spinner of Pakistan can now be able to participate in the upcoming International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup 2019. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PBC) in his press release on Tuesday said that the current blood test reports of Shadab reveals zero loads on his blood and now he has been declared fit of the viral infection.
Shadab came in the contact with such infection from a dentist’s under-listed instruments and on the decision of PCB, he was sent to Manchester for consulting Dr. Patrick Kennedy who put him on medication and rehab course for the two weeks which he went through at the National Cricket Academy.
However, the all-rounder will further consult Dr. Patrick Kennedy in England after flying there on 16th May before rejoining the team on 20th May. After his joining, Yasir Shah who replaced Shadab will be sent back to Pakistan.
The sources further informed that the team management will decide his participation in the warm-up matches before World Cup that is scheduled as on 24th and 26th May respectively against Afghanistan and Bangladesh considering his fitness.
Further Shadab Khan himself has expressed his feelings of joy in a social media Tweet.
Instead of being the part of the final 15-member World Cup squad, Shadab was unable to fly to England with the team earlier because of his illness that had declared his bloodstream to be positive with the traces of Hepatitis C.
Final Pakistan’s 15-member World Cup squad Includes
- Fakhar Zaman
- Imamul Haq
- Abid Ali
- Babar Azam
- Shoaib Malik
- Mohammad Hafeez
- Harris Sohail
- Sarfaraz Ahmed (c, wk)
- Shadab Khan
- Imad Wasim
- Hasan Ali
- Faheem Ashraf
- Shaheen Shah Afridi
- Junaid Khan
- Mohammad Hasnain