PAK vs IND: Whether or not Shaheen Afridi will play in the Indo-Pak match, Rameez Raja gave this answer


India vs Pakistan, T20 World Cup 2022: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) President Rameez Raja made a statement regarding whether Pakistan’s fast bowler Shaheen Afridi will play in the India-Pakistan match to be held on 23 October in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. Have given. Know what Rameez Raja said.

When the teams of India and Pakistan face each other on October 23 in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022, the eyes of the whole world will be on this match. Every single player’s performance will matter in this match. Meanwhile, where the Indian cricket team has suffered a setback in the form of Jasprit Bumrah and he has been out of the T20 World Cup. At the same time, Pakistan is also worried about the fitness of its top fast bowler Shaheen Afridi. Whether Shaheen Afridi will play in the Indo-Pak match or not, the PCB chairman Rameez Raja has given the answer.
When India and Pakistan had come face to face in the last T20 World Cup match, then Pakistani pacer Shaheen Afridi was seen fiercely. Shaheen Afridi took 3 wickets for 31 runs in his four overs of that match. Shaheen Afridi showed India’s top three batsmen – KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli the way to the pavilion in that match and later Pakistan won that match.
In such a situation, the Pakistani team would want their top pacer to play once again in the upcoming T20 World Cup match against India, but Shaheen Afridi is recovering from injury and whether he will play or not, it will depend on his 100% fit. Because 22-year-old Afridi has been out of action since July this year after being injured on the tour of Sri Lanka.
Shaheen Afridi has reached Australia from England after rehabilitation and has also joined the Pakistani team. In such a situation, when the question of Afridi playing or not playing in the India-Pakistan match was asked by PCB chief Rameez Raja, he said that it is 90 percent certain that Afridi will come on the field to play in the India-Pakistan match.
Rameez Raja said, “I have spoken to him. We are in touch with the doctors and according to the feedback we have received, he is 90 percent ready to play. But knee injuries are very complicated, so we have to see that practice matches.” Does he have pain after playing or not? All he has to say is that he is ready to play and I think we are ready for that too.”