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Pakistani cricketer Imam ul Haq suffered a head injury during the second one-day match against New Zealand, after which he was admitted to the hospital. Pakistan won the match by six wickets, but Imam’s injury has raised concerns of Pakistani fans and team management at the moment.
During the batting match on Friday, the ball hit the head of Imam during the batting, after which they fell to the ground. When he was playing 16 runs, fast bowler Lucky Ferguson’s ball hit his helmet grill, causing him to rotate and he fell on the field. His eyes were closed but these batsmen were in the senses. However, the Pakistan Cricket Board has said that the scan shows that there was no injury to the player.
PCB tweeted, “All the scans of Imam-ul-Haq have come true. They will join the team and the team will be under the supervision of physio. ‘ Pakistan scored the best bowling attack of Shahid Shah Afridi and the half-century of openers Fakhar Jamshed, which equaled the series 1-1. Shaheen picked up four wickets for 38 runs, as New Zealand could score 209 runs in nine overs in 50 overs.
Imam ul Haq injury update.
Imam ul Haq all scans clear. He joined the team and will remain under observation of Team Physio. pic.twitter.com/wrYn9FUfWG
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) November 9, 2018
Pakistan responded with a 88-ball 88-ball 88 for the loss of 4 wickets in 40.3 overs to achieve the goal. With this victory, Pakistan also broke the order of losing 12 consecutive ODI matches against New Zealand. This sequence started with the defeat of Pakistan in 2-3 in UAE in 2014.
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