Fit-Again Shadab Khan wants to make a difference in the World Cup
Leg-spinning sensation Shadab Khan is one of the best young players in the country. His team is missing him during the current tour of England as they have two matches due to depleted bowling performances.
I am glad to announce that I will be fit for the @cricketworldcup and will be joining the Pakistan team in England soon. Thank you @TheRealPCB, my family, my friends and my supporters for being by my side during this tough time. Keep me in your prayers. #PakistanZindabad
— Shadab Khan (@76Shadabkhan) May 14, 2019
Shadab’s replacement Yasir having the worst time of his life
Shadab’s replacement Yasir Shah disappointed big time during the tour. The leggie’s form seems to desert him in the shorter version of the game.
The virus is out of his system
Shadab Khan has just recovered from hepatitis and credits the Pakistan Cricket Board for his recovery. The PCB arranged an appointment with a London-based specialist who helped in his recovery.
“I became somewhat frustrated when I first learned about that (hepatitis) but my other colleagues in the squad have been very supportive,” Fit-again Shadab told media at Pindi Cricket Stadium.
Was frustrated on learning I had hepatitis – Shadab Khan https://t.co/y5xqjJ4b4A real leader here with a great attitude to keep fighting the good fight, can't wait to have you back with the team @76Shadabkhan
— Hassaan Qureshi (@HABQ88) May 15, 2019
“I also remained optimistic because the viral infection was found at its initial stage. After two weeks of medication, it’s out of my blood,” he added.
Fit-again Shadab is flying to England tomorrow and will be available for selection in the final ODI of the series.
The youngster wants to deliver his best in the mega event.
“We have been going there over the last three years and playing regularly there. So I don’t think I will feel difficulty to acclimatize there.”
Pakistan’s all-rounder Shadab Khan has been declared fit for the upcoming International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup after he was successfully treated for an infection, a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) spokesman said on Tuesday. https://t.co/f1wW2OfakJ
— Daily Times (@dailytimespak) May 15, 2019
Shadab Aims For Different trophy in the same country
The leg-spinner was instrumental in Pakistan’s success in the ICC Champions’ Trophy in 2017. He now feels more motivated to bring back another trophy for the country.
“What I have to do is to get in my rhythm. Mentally, I am ready to deliver.”