Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has provided details on Muhammad Hasnain Injury Update. He got injured during LPL in August.
Mohammad Hasnain, who suffered an ankle injury in August during the Lanka Premier League (LPL), recently underwent ankle surgery. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has provided an update stating that he is progressing well in his recovery.
According to the latest update from the PCB, Muhammad Hasnain is expected to recover in around two weeks. The talented fast bowler is well on his way to returning to competitive cricket.
It’s worth noting that Hasnain had traveled to England from Sri Lanka and undergone an MRI. The results showed that he needed ankle rehabilitation, which has been ongoing since September 13 in England.
Hasnain was initially included in the Pakistan Shaheens squad for the 19th Asian Games, but he had to be replaced by Mubassir Khan due to his injury.
It’s important to mention that Naseem Shah and Ihsanullah are also recovering from their individual injuries.
Hassan Ali made a great comeback to the team in place of Naseem Shah.
However, Ihsanullah had to undergo surgery in a private hospital in Lahore. A doctor was flown in from England to perform the operation in the first week of September.