National cricket team fast bowler Hassan Ali has once again suffered from back pain, but the corona virus has made it difficult for him to travel abroad for treatment due to travel bans and lockdowns around the world.
Hassan Ali had earlier been ruled out of the national team in September last year due to a back injury, but before the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Hassan Ali was declared fit and also represented Peshawar Zalmi.
On April 30, Hassan Ali once again suffered from back pain and this was revealed by chief selector and head coach Misbah-ul-Haq during the announcement of the central contract of national cricketers.
Hassan Ali’s injury is serious and that is why there is a fear that fast bowlers will stay away from cricket for a long time.
The good thing is that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to treat Hassan Ali and has said that nothing will be ignored in this regard.
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Dr. Sohail Saleem, head of the medical department of the PCB, said that if Hassan Ali had to be sent to any corner of the world for treatment, he would be sent, but at present there are travel restrictions due to Covid 19 and as soon as the travel restrictions are relaxed There will be no delay in sending Hassan Ali abroad for treatment.
Dr Sohail Saleem said that he was in touch with the best back pain therapists in the world and they were being consulted. He said that he had received a response from the Australian experts today while he was also in touch with the South African physio.
He said that while holding video conferences with experts from Australia and South Africa, keeping in view the time zone, the PCB would not spare any effort in treating Hassan Ali. They are in touch and are undergoing treatment, but the only problem at the moment is that it is difficult to send Hassan Ali abroad immediately.