Islamabad: The Pakistan cricket team suffered a major setback before the T20 World Cup. The team's star fast bowler Naseem Shah has been admitted to a hospital in Lahore. He has high fever for the last few days and the infection has also spread rapidly in his body. According to local media, Naseem Shah has been suffering from a high fever for the last two days. He has this fever due to an infection in the chest. Shah was admitted to a hospital in Lahore on Tuesday evening.
It has been reported that Naseem Shah was feeling very weak. On Tuesday, he did not leave his room for the entire day. After his critical condition, he was admitted to a private hospital, where Naseem Shah was tested for dengue. At present, his treatment is going on. The dengue test report is yet to come. The Pakistan team is currently playing a series of 7 T20 matches against England at home. The fifth match of the series will be played in Lahore today (September 28).
In the 4 T20 matches played so far, both teams are equal by winning 2-2 matches. At the same time, how long Naseem will recover, is not yet clear. Naseem Shah, 19, has played only one match so far in the series against England. He played the first match of the series. Since then, he has been out of the team.