The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced covering all expenses of Shaheen Shah Afridi's rehabilitation process in London after the bowler's father-in-law, Shahid Afridi has exposed things against the board. According to the recent statements of former Pakistani cricketer Shaheen himself is looking after all expenditures of the rehab process; meanwhile, Shahid arranged a ticket for him.
To mention the context, Shaheen was injured during July's Test against Sri Lanka at Galle. He was ruled out of the Netherlands series and Asia Cup 2022 and advised to rest for four-to-six weeks. His return for the T20 World Cup 2022 was not assured, but since the board, on Thursday, revealed the squads, everyone's favourite pacer has been named in the team.
After Shahid limelight the board's negligence in looking after its major bowling asset, the board immediately has taken action, announcing to cover the rest of the expenses of the rehab process. In fact, the PCB released an official statement narrating that it will take care of the medical expenditures of all its players.
“The PCB is also pleased to advise and update that Shaheen Shah Afridi is making excellent progress in his rehabilitation in London and is on track to make a full recovery in time for the ICC Men's T20 World Cup Australia 2022. It goes without saying that the PCB has always been and will continue to be responsible for arranging medical care and rehabilitation of all its players requiring any treatment,”