KARACHI: Battling with the knee injury, Pakistan’s Muhammad Hafeez has arrived at the Aga Khan hospital in Karachi to further probe into his injury. The senior batsman is upbeat to regain fitness sooner than later. “I have been striving to regain full fitness and hopeful to make a comeback soon”, Muhammad Hafeez hoped
“MRI scan will be done on my knee and future course of action will be decided after the reports”, Hafeez added
Meanwhile, the ‘scoreline.org’ has learnt that Muhammad Hafeez was in touch with the Head of Medicine at Crystal palace FC, Dr. Zafar for further treatment on his injured knee. “Hafeez contacted Dr Zafar Iqbal and upon his advice, underwent fresh MRI scans in Karachi”, said a source
Dr Zafar Iqbal, born in Pakistan, worked at Liverpool football club and Tottenham Hotspur before joining Crystal palace football club, where he is the Head of Medicines.
Muhammad Hafeez has been nursing the knee-injury which he suffered during the World T20.
The right-hander has been named amongst the initially announced squad for the test series against England, however his selection, is subjected to fitness.
The writer is a Pakistani Sports journalist & tweets @mak_asif