Left-arm wrist-spinner Sufiyan Muqeem had surgery on his left knee at a private hospital in Lahore on Monday evening. The 24-year-old has played for Pakistan in three T20Is during the Asian Games last year in Hangzhou, China.
After the operation, Sufiyan Muqeem left the hospital and got checked by the PCB medical team, led by Dr. Sohail Saleem, at the National Cricket Academy today. The surgeon will check up on him again after three days, and the rehab plan will be adjusted accordingly.
The PCB covered all of Sufiyan’s treatment expenses and will keep supporting him moving forward.
Dr. Sohail Saleem, Director Medical and Sports Sciences, mentioned that Sufiyan is feeling good after the successful surgery. He had been taking part in pre-rehab sessions at the National Cricket Academy before the surgery, and the PCB medical team will continue guiding him through recovery to get back into cricket shape.
The article speaks about Sufiyan Muqeem’s knee operation, his progress after the surgery, and the support provided by the PCB for his treatment and rehabilitation.