The emotional post that Pakistan pacer Shaheen Afridi wrote after having appendectomy surgery has gone viral; here are the details.

The emotional post that Pakistan pacer Shaheen Afridi wrote after having appendectomy surgery has gone viral; here are the details.
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The emotional post that Pakistan pacer Shaheen Afridi wrote after having appendectomy surgery has gone viral; here are the details.

The Pakistani fast bowler Shaheen Afridi announced on Sunday that he underwent an appendectomy by posting the news on his social media accounts. In the early part of this month, Shaheen suffered a knee injury after falling awkwardly during the final of the T20 World Cup.

The pacemaker, on the other hand, reported that he was recovering well after surgery and requested that everyone pray for him.

My appendix was removed today, but I’m already starting to feel lot better. Please remember me in your prayers, Shaeen said as the caption for one of her tweets.

Shaheen was recommended to undergo a two-week recovery term after suffering a knee injury during the final of the Twenty20 World Cup.

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4, PCB will deliver an update about Shaheen Afridi’s injuries.
On Monday, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) issued an update on fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi’s injury status after he left the T20 World Cup final against England with an injury to his knee and limped off the field. A scan was performed on his knee on Monday.

As a result of the knee injury that Shaheen sustained after falling awkwardly after the catch that he took to remove Harry brook in the final of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 in Melbourne, he has been recommended to undergo rehabilitation for a period of two weeks. Scans performed on his knee revealed, to everyone’s relief, that there were no indications of any kind of damage.

According to PCB’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Najeebullah Soomro, and Australian knee specialist, Dr. Peter D’Alessandro, the knee discomfort that caused him to walk off at a crucial juncture in the final was possibly “due to a forced knee flexion whilst landing.” This was the conclusion reached by PCB’s Chief Medical Officer.

Once Shaheen and the rest of the squad return to Pakistan, he will immediately begin a rehabilitation and fitness programme designed to strengthen his knee.

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