- Pakistani all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has absolutely recovered from dengue fever.
- Hafeez will notify Central Punjab of his availability after assessing his health stage within the coaching session.
- Hafeez can be a part of the Pakistani roster for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has absolutely recovered from dengue fever and can begin his observe on Monday (in the present day).
Mohammad Hafeez caught the dengue virus final week. On account of his sickness, Hafeez withdrew from the primary leg of the Nationwide T20 Cup – which was performed at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium – and returned to Lahore.
After the coaching session, the all-rounder informs his Central Punjab group about his availability when he checks his health stage.
The second half of the Nationwide T20 Cup begins on October sixth. The proper-handed batsman can be a part of the Pakistani squad for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup.
Mohammad Hafeez contaminated with dengue
Hafeez was recognized with dengue on September 28, the cricketer’s household sources revealed.
The cricketer suffered meals poisoning instantly after arriving in Islamabad for the Nationwide T20 Cup.
Sources informed Geo Information that Hafeez retired from the Nationwide T20 Cup first leg resulting from a gastrointestinal virus.
Upon his return, the medical doctors had drawn a blood pattern from the cricketer and medical experiences stated his dengue check was constructive.