During the intense clash between Bangladesh and Pakistan in the Asia Cup Super Four series, a moment of concern arose as Pakistan’s Naseem Shah encountered an injury scare. The incident unfolded when Shaheen Afridi delivered a rapid 140-kilometer-per-hour ball that darted in on the batsman’s pads.
Bangladesh’s Mohammad Naim attempted to glance the delivery but was late in his response. The ball deflected off his pad and raced away to the fine leg boundary, resulting in four leg byes. While attempting to flick the ball back into play, Naseem Shah made a valiant effort but, unfortunately, his body came into contact with the boundary rope.
The consequences of this collision left Naseem Shah injured, and he remained on the ground, requiring immediate medical attention. Wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan rushed to his side and called for the physio to assess the extent of the injury.
This unfortunate incident has raised concerns for Pakistan’s bowling attack, as Naseem Shah’s contribution to the team’s success is significant. As the match progresses, fans will be eager to receive updates on Naseem Shah’s condition and hope for a swift recovery for the talented fast bowler.