Pakistan opening batsman Ahmed Shehzad on Thursday returned to the sector after struggling a neck damage whereas fielding through the second T20 match on the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad.
“Initially, [Shehzad] confirmed concussion indicators and ache inside the neck,” Shane Hayes, Pakistan Staff Physiotherapist, informed ESPNcricinfo.
The injured participant was “faraway from play and despatched to hospital for additional investigations” by way of an ambulance, Hayes added.
Shehzad had collided with Marlon Samuel because the West Indies cricketer tried to attain a single at Sohail Tanvir’s final ball in the course of the fourth over within the second innings with West Indies having made 20 runs on the lack of one wicket.
The West Indies had gained the toss and allowed Pakistan to bat first, proscribing the workforce at 132 runs within the first innings.
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