Naseem Shah was ruled out of the 2023 World Cup with a shoulder injury, with Hasan Ali replacing the youngster.

Naseem Shah Ruled out of the 2023 World Cup due to Shoulder injury:

Pakistan cricket team landed in India on Wednesday to take part in the 2023 World Cup, receiving a grand welcome in Hyderabad. Led by Babar Azam, the team spent a significant amount of time in Hyderabad after departing from Dubai, where they had a lengthy nine-hour layover. Flying from Lahore in the early hours of Wednesday, they arrived in Hyderabad during the night. Pakistan played its initial warm-up match against New Zealand on September 29.

Naseem Shah against England
Naseem Shah against India

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Their tournament opener will take place against the Netherlands in Hyderabad (October 6). With a subsequent match against Sri Lanka scheduled for October 10. Pakistan was among the last of the teams participating in the World Cup to announce their 15-member squad. Partly due to a major injury right before the tournament in star pacer Naseem Shah. The right-arm, part of the star fast bowling trio including Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf, faced a shoulder injury during the Asia Cup.

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Former Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter Moin Khan has now opened up on Naseem’s injury, revealing that the star pacer had been “constantly complaining” about the problem. The medical team continued to ignore it.

“Naseem’s injury is a disaster for Pakistan’s team medical panel and physiotherapist. Because he has been constantly complaining that he is having problems for three to four months they were continuously playing him. A player always wishes to not get drop when he is telling you about his injury. You have to take it very seriously. The medical panel didn’t take it seriously.”

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No pressure, says Babar

Ahead of the team’s departure, Babar had spoken about his excitement over playing in India, especially Ahmedabad where the arch-rivals lock horns in front of a one lakh-plus crowd.

“Although we have not played in India before, we are not taking too much pressure. We have done our research and we have heard the conditions are similar to how they play out in other Asian countries,” said Babar in the pre-departure media conference.

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