Mohammad Rizwan will have an MRI scan for a right leg strain. Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan’s wicket-keeper batter. Will have a precautionary MRI scan on Monday after straining his right leg during the five-wicket win over archrival India.
Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan’s wicket-keeper batter. Will have a precautionary MRI scan on Monday after suffering a strain in his right leg during the five-wicket win over archrivals India in the Asia Cup Super 4 stage. According to Pakistani media, Rizwan suffered the injury while landing awkwardly on his right leg. While attempting to collect a Mohammad Hasnain delivery during India’s first innings.
According to reports, Mohammad Rizwan taken to a hospital after Pakistan’s last-over victory over India on Sunday
Rizwan came out to open the innings despite the injury and scored a match-winning 51-ball 71 to help Pakistan chase down India’s 181 for seven with five wickets in hand.
Rizwan shared a match-defining 73-run third-wicket stand to help Pakistan avenge their group league loss to India.
Pakistan have already had fitness problems, with pacers Shaheen Shah Afridi, Mohammad Wasim, and Shahnawaz Dahani ruled out of the tournament.