2023 World Cup: Many Pakistani cricketers have been infected with this disease.

2023 world cup: Pakistan cricket team has gone through a difficult phase in the current World Cup. Many star cricketers of Pakistan cricket team have been infected with viral fever. Sources close to the team revealed that four to five players of the Pakistan cricket team are suffering from severe chest infection which has resulted in high fever and viral infection. Has gone.

Pakistan team in trouble

Let us tell you that in the World Cup match played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Saturday, 14 October, Pakistan had to face a shameful defeat against India by 7 wickets. Since then, the Pakistan cricket team has been on a roll. Pakistan has to play its next match in the 2023 World Cup against Australia on October 20 in Bengaluru. Before this big match, this is the biggest blow for Pakistan.

Preparations in full swing

The Pakistan cricket team’s preparations ahead of the World Cup match against Australia on October 20 have been thrown into disarray as several key players have contracted viral chest infections, creating more concerns for the Pakistan cricket team on the way to the tournament. Has been. According to a report by Sama TV, Pakistan fast bowler Shahin Shah Afridi has been infected with the virus. Shaheen Shah Afridi has taken antibiotic drip and medical attention to improve his health.

Abdullah Shafiq also has high fever

Pakistan cricket team’s opening batsman Abdullah Shafiq is also suffering from high fever. Doctors are examining the condition of Abdullah Shafiq. Apart from this, Pakistan fast bowler Zaman Khan joined the list of players affected by the viral infection, adding to the team’s troubles.

Usama Mir kept in quarantine

Leg spinner Usama Mir is also among the players affected by the viral infection, who struggled with the illness for five days and was kept in isolation as a precautionary measure. Apart from Covid-19 and dengue, all the medical tests conducted on Mir have come negative.

There are signs of improvement in the players.

Mir has now improved and is available for selection once again. Amidst these challenges, the media manager of Pakistan cricket team has revealed that the cricketers are showing signs of improvement and are on the road to recovery. The gravity of the situation became clear when today’s practice session of the Pakistan cricket team was canceled due to health issues of its players. It remains to be seen what impact this setback will have on Pakistan’s World Cup campaign.