The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) decided to send wicket-keeper batter Mohammad Rizwan for a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan to find out the extent of his injury, sustained through the match against India Sunday.
After a nerve-wrenching match last evening, Pakistan thrashed the Indian facet by 5 wickets in the group stage match of the Asia Cup. Mohammad Rizwan’s sensible innings set the tone for victory regardless of an injury to his leg.
Mohammad Rizwan scored 71 off 51 balls with 4 boundaries and two sixes, however, the player remained uncomfortable after he tried to collect the ball which triggered him extreme ache in his leg. The wicket-keeper batter performed regardless of the pain.
According to the PCB, Rizwan will now undergo a precautionary MRI scan today (Monday).
According to sources, after the match, Rizwan went to a hospital straight from the stadium.