Umar Gul Stated that Shadab Khan run away from ground due to pressure not because of injury

Umar Gul Stated that Shadab Khan run away from ground due to pressure not because of injury. Shadab Khan was accused of “running away” by former Pakistani cricketers Sohail Tanvir and Umar Gul, as South Africa won a thrilling match at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai by a single wicket.

They had never lost four straight games in the ICC Cricket World Cup, making this their worst run yet. Shadab Khan of Pakistan was hit in the head during the second innings while diving to field a ground ball. He left for a little while and then came back. He was quickly removed from the game, though, and Usama Mir took his place as a concussion substitute.

Shadab came under fire from former Pakistan players Umar Gul and Sohail Tanvir for opting to leave the field during a game that was vital to the squad.

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But Usama, Shadab’s replacement, was excellent with the ball, taking two wickets, including that of set batsman Aiden Markram, who appeared committed to seeing South Africa through to victory by remaining out until the very finish. 

Shadab should have fought, in my opinion. On a Pakistani post-match program, Tanvir stated, “I’m not sure how serious his injury is.

When the presenter questioned Tanvir about whether he believed Shadab had fled the challenge, he replied, “If I was there, I would have fought.”

Umar replied, “I’m really sad,” in the meantime. I believe our World Cup adventure is over. Our dreams are over. I’m not sure how bad the injury is. However, when you use a concussion as an excuse to leave the team and then start interacting with individuals after you get back, questions will be raised. The severity of Shadab’s concussion ailment is unknown, however based on his initial return to the field.

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