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Mohammad Hafeez calls the Pakistan Board’s treatment of the injured Shaheen Afridi a “criminal act.”

Following the knee injury that Shaheen Afridi got in July, Mohammad Hafeez stated that Shaheen Afridi should have been sent for treatment and rehabilitation as soon as possible.

The health of Pakistan’s standout bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi is one of the nation’s primary concerns as it prepares to compete in the Twenty20 World Cup in 2022, which will begin in October. During the first test match against Sri Lanka in July, the left-arm seamer had suffered a knee injury while fielding. Even though he travelled with the team to both the Netherlands and UAE, the injury prevented him from participating in the second Test match against Sri Lanka, the One-Day International series that followed in the Netherlands, and the present Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced on Monday that Shaheen would be travelling to London in order to receive additional medical care and rehabilitation in the hopes of bringing him back in playing condition in time for the World Cup.

Former Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez was critical of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) handling of Shaheen Afridi, saying that he should have been sent for proper treatment as soon as the board learned of the extent of his injury. Hafeez said that Afridi should have been sent for proper treatment as soon as the board learned of the extent of his injury.

“The issue I have with Shaheen is that he is not only a product of Pakistan but also of the rest of the globe. Everyone throughout the world is eager to meet him. We are obligated to look after him in the appropriate manner “In a video that he uploaded to Twitter, Hafeez made the statement.

“Based on what I’ve read and heard over the past few days, there appears to have been an official post. I believe that wasting this time, whether it be four weeks, six weeks, or eight weeks since the time he was hurt, is a criminal act. This time period might be four weeks, six weeks, or eight weeks “He continued on to state that.

“A product such as Shaheen, who is not only Pakistan’s but also the world’s, and we have many such cricketers who have a fan following around the world, it is imperative that we take adequate care of them. Because of this, I believe that they have now realised what was going on and have dispatched him to England “Hafeez continued.

“In my opinion, they ought to have made this choice right after he was hurt in the first place but they didn’t. They should have settled their findings straight away and should have sent him for the greatest rehab to England or wherever else,” he claimed.

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