Pakistan’s pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi started bowling after recovering from knee injury.
Taking to Twitter, Shaheen shared a video of him while bowling.
“Your success belongs to Allah, not your mindset,” Shaheen wrote as he shared the clip of his bowling.
Your success belongs to Allah,not your mindset. pic.twitter.com/RP8l7RTMcZ
— Shaheen Shah Afridi (@iShaheenAfridi) September 24, 2022
As soon as the video was posted, fans were excited to see their favourite bowler back in action.
It is pertinent to mention that Shaheen is not a part of the Green Shirts’ squad for the home T20I series against England as a result of his knee injury.
The left-arm pacer is likely to be back in action in the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup 2022, scheduled in October in Australia.
In London, Shaheen is under the supervision of the PCB Medical Advisory Panel, which also comprises London-based Dr Imtiaz Ahmed and Dr Zafar Iqbal. Since 2016, Dr Imtiaz has been the Head of Medical Services at the Queens Park Rangers Football Club, while Dr Zafar is Head of Sports Medicine at the Crystal Palace Football Club since 2015 (having worked previously with Tottenham Hotspur FC, Liverpool FC and Kent County Cricket Club).
Earlier, Shaheen suffered a PCL injury in July whilst fielding during the first Test against Sri Lanka. His return to competitive cricket will be decided upon by the PCB Medical Advisory Panel.