Mohammad Hafeez is set to experience a medical procedure for hand damage, continued while trying a return catch in Lahore Qalandars’ match vs Karachi Kings on Saturday. This puts his cooperation in the remaining PSL season in peril, other than providing a reason to feel ambiguous about a his World Cup accessibility for Pakistan.
A visibly hurt Hafeez had strolled off the field following enduring the hit to his right thumb and, notwithstanding not returning during that match, he likewise missed the one against Peshawar Zalmi on Sunday.
The incident occurred in the thirteenth over of Karachi’s chase, when Colin Ingram pounded one straight back to Hafeez, and the ball burst through his fingers. The news comes as a huge blow to Lahore, who picked Hafeez in the platinum class and named him captain in an offer to address their horrendous PSL record, which saw them complete rearward in each of the three past seasons of the competition. Lahore was enthused about a nearby captain after Brendon McCullum drove them unsuccessfully in the course of the last two seasons, yet unexpectedly, Hafeez’s injury implied that they needed to hand over the captaincy to South Africa’s AB de Villiers.