After recovering from the World Cup misery, Pakistan is getting back in the cricket. The national T20 cricket tournament is going on in Pakistan. Rawalpindi Region team and Sialkot Region were locking horns with each other. In that match, Shadab Khan suffered an injury. While he was leaving the ground, a shocking incident took place. As the stretchers were unavailable, he was carried by another teammate’s shoulder. After watching the video, the organizers are receiving backlash from the netizens.
The Shocking Moment:
After the World Cup, Pakistan’s domestic T20 tournament is going on. On December 3, the Rawalpindi Region team and Sialkot Region were facing each other in Karachi. In that match, Pakistani star Shadab Khan suffered an injury. While playing the match, he injured his foot. Due to that incident, Shadab was not being able to walk properly.
In that situation, a stretcher was needed. However, due to the lack of availability of a stretcher on the ground, a teammate carried him out of the ground on the shoulder. That moment caught the attention. That video is going viral over the internet. After watching this video, the organizers are facing heavy criticism. The Internet is blowing over that incident.
Update on the Injury:
After the injury happened, everyone was eagerly waiting for an update on him. After some time that injury, Shadab Khan’s PSL franchise, Islamabad United gave an update on him. On their social media handle, they shared the update. They wrote, “ Update on Shadab Khan, @76Shadabkhan was bowling brilliantly in the National T20 Cup, conceding only 7 in 2 overs before he was taken off the field. He twisted his ankle while fielding however initial reports suggest it is nothing serious.”
The talented Pakistani player was seen in the World Cup 2023. After a few poor performances, he dropped out of the team. Babar Azam stepped down from captaincy after a poor performance in the World Cup. Shadab Khan was the vice-captain of the Pakistan team in the ODI and T20 formats. But PCB overlooked him and appointed Shaheen Afridi as the captain of the white ball format of the Pakistan team.