Pakistan cricket team Shoaib Malik suffers concussion

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Pakistan cricket team Shoaib Malik suffers concussion

Pakistan cricket team mature all-rounder Shoaib Malik has experienced a belated concussion carrying out a throw from Colin Munro at point reaching him behind his mind. So brutal was the throw that the ball rebounded off his check out ricochet right to the boundary.

Malik was batting without a helmet, cover or a headwear as New Zealand were functioning spinners from both ends at the Seddon Park in Hamilton. Inside the 32nd over of the Pakistan innings, Malik tripped for an instant solitary before being repaid by the non-striker Mohammad Hafeez. It had been when he was time for his crease that Munro’s toss banged him on the top.
Malik transpired immediately and required attention on the field for a few moments before resuming his innings. Just three balls later, though, he dismissed for 6.

“Shoaib evaluated by the match doctor and myself,” Pakistan cricket team physiotherapist VB Singh said. “He didn’t have any observable symptoms of your concussion and could carry on participating in. After escaping ., he reassessed and was showing delayed concussion signs. He’s doing well and is also resting.”
As advised by match doctor and Pakistan cricket team Physiotherapist, he will not be taking any further part in this match.

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New Zealand leads the five-match ODI series 4-0 after earning the Hamilton ODI by wickets. The 5th game, which includes become inconsequential, will need a place at Wellington on January 19 and may perhaps see Malik absent from the line-up with a mindful way from Pakistan. That match will be accompanied by 3 T20s starting on January 22.
Although ICC’s regulations do not make it compulsory for batsmen to wear helmets, Malik must have been putting on one regardless of the spinners bowling from both ends for the reason to getting hit by way of a throw.

Cricket followers will keep in mind the tragic damage experienced by young Australian youngster Philip Hughes, who lost his life in in 2014 after popular to the top throughout a Sheffield Shield match. Demands protection for batsmen has grown to be more strict sense.

The ICC should observe this incident and appearance forward to so that it is compulsory for batsmen to wear a helmet for batsmen on a regular basis.

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