Skillful aggressive Pakistan quick bowler Naseem Shah has been dominated out of the left over matches of the T20 International series against England when doctors confirmed that he has been diagnosed with  contracted pneumonia and can remain hospitalized.

The 21-year-old was set to to feature within the fifth T20I however the player had to hospitalized late Tuesday night when he complained of pain, respiratory difficulties and coughing.

The  Pakistan Cricket Board aforementioned on weekday that Naseem’s participation during a three-nation tournament in New Zealand that is followed by the World Cup also will be suggested by the medical panel which can be watching his recovery.

Naseem played just the first match of the seven-match series against England in Karachi and was then rested for the next three matches. “Naseem has been diagnosed as having pneumonia and the medical panel is now monitoring him. They will decide about his future participation in matches and accompanying the team to New Zealand,” the PCB said.

Pakistan is already while not their premier quick bowler Afridi, who has been out of action since mid-July thanks to a knee injury and is presently rehabilitating within the United Kingdom.

Both Shaheen and Naseem are named in Pakistan’s World Cup, whereas Naseem is thanks to associate with the team to New Seeland in addition.

Medical experts say recovery from (illness respiratory illness respiratory disorder) varies as a patient are often back to doing his traditional add every week or 2 or it might take him four to 6 weeks to create a whole recovery because the disease affects the lungs..


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