In a recent development, Naseem Shah, a pivotal figure in Pakistan's recent cricket performance, has undergone shoulder surgery in London. The 20-year-old cricketer sustained this injury during a match against India in the 2023 Asia Cup. The surgical procedure lasted for approximately half an hour, concluding successfully. Shah has been advised to observe a six-week period of rest to aid in his recovery.
The medical team stressed the importance of Shah taking necessary precautions and adhering to a proper rest regimen before resuming practice. Notably, experts believe that Shah has a promising outlook for a swifter recovery compared to others with similar injuries.
Prior to his surgery, Shah expressed his disappointment about not being selected for the ICC World Cup squad through a social media post. He shared, "With a heavy heart, I'm sharing that I will not be part of this amazing team representing our beloved country." Despite his disappointment, he maintained a positive outlook, stating, "I believe everything is in Allah's hands, and, InshahAllah, I will be back on the field very soon."
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