Pakistan’s fast bowler Ihsanullah leaves for Britain for treatment of elbow injury.

Pakistan fast bowler Ihsanullah left for Manchester, England on Sunday for the treatment of his elbow injury.

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Pakistan fast bowler Ihsanullah left for Britain for treatment of his elbow injury. Pakistan fast bowler Ihsanullah left for Manchester, England on Sunday for the treatment of his elbow injury.

Pakistan fast bowler Ihsanullah leaves for Britain for treatment of elbow injury
Pakistan fast bowler Ihsanullah left for Manchester, England on Sunday for treatment of his elbow injury. Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Multan Sultans collaborated with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to secure the appointment of orthopedic surgeon, Professor Adam Watts. The PCB issued an official statement announcing Ihsanullah’s departure to the UK for treatment on an elbow injury. The 21-year-old player suffered an elbow injury following the white-ball series against New Zealand in April 2023.

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“Fast bowler Ihsanullah left for Manchester, England on Sunday morning for his important appointment on Monday with the eminent orthopedic surgeon, Professor Adam Watts, regarding his elbow injury. Professor Watts performs hand and wrist surgery, shoulder and elbow procedures. , are specialists in sports injuries and trauma surgery,” the PCB said in a statement.

After the injury, there has been no update on Ihsanullah’s injury. According to ESPNcricinfo, he came into limelight a month ago when Multan Sultans owner Ali Tareen accused the PCB of being unable to provide proper treatment to the fast bowler.

PCB Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sohail Saleem defended himself and the PCB in an interview with ESPNcricinfo, denying mishandling of the case.

“I said I wanted to get fresh testing because I suspected it was more than just workload syndrome. It was diagnosed by the doctor who was here at PCB before, not by my team. A lab that We were given an MRI scan. “We were given a wrong prognosis,” Saleem told ESPNcricinfo. I ordered the same scan again and we discovered a fracture.”

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Ihsanullah was one of the standouts for the Sultans in last year’s PSL, finishing the tournament as the second-highest wicket-taker with 22 wickets. After the tournament he was selected in Pakistan’s T20I and ODI squads for the New Zealand series. During that series, he debuted in both formats.

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