Babar Azam Dropped Out from T20's Due to Thumb Injury

Babar Azam Dropped Out from T20’s Against New Zealand Due to Thumb Injury

Pakistan captain Babar Azam injured the thumb of his right hand while practicing. Due to this thumb injury, Babar Azam dropped out from the T20’s series and will have to stay out of the field for 12 days to recover from the injury. Scans showed a crack in the finger.

The T20 series is going to start on December 16. However, fears have been raised about his performance in the T20 series against New Zealand.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said in a statement that ” doctors will monitor him at this time before his participation in the first Test at the Oval on December 28 is confirmed.”

Babur’s side will play a three-match T20 and a two-match Test series against New Zealand. The T20 matches will be played on December 18, 20, and 22. The first of the two Tests started on December 26 and the next on January 3, 2021.

The New Zealand tour has become a ‘curse’ for the Pakistan team. Many cricketers were affected by corona at first on the tour, but all the cricketers have already returned to practice without corona. And without returning to practice, they had to get big bad news again.

Also Read: PAK vs NZ 2020-21 Live Telecast Channels