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PAK Team In Trouble Before World Cup, These Star Players Injured

Asif Ali injured T20 World Cup: T20 World Cup 2022 is at its head, and just before that, the problems of the Pakistan team have increased. The team’s middle-order batsman Asif Ali has been injured. By the way, the middle order of the Pakistan team is fragile. Now with Asif’s injury, the team is in more trouble.

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The Pakistan team is currently playing a tri-series in New Zealand. The tri-series final was played between the two teams on Friday (October 14). During this, Pakistani star Asif Ali got injured.

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This Is How Asif Got Injured In The Final

This incident happened in the match when the batting of the New Zealand team was going on. Then on the first ball of the third over of the innings, Kiwi batsman Devon Conway hit a square drive shot on the off side of Mohammad Wasim Jr.

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To prevent the ball from going to the boundary, the fielder Asif Ali, who was present, had dived. But he could not stop the boundary and got his knee injured.

Asif Had To Be Taken Off The Field
While trying to stop the boundary, Asif Ali injured his left leg knee. He lay on the ground outside the boundary and started moaning in pain. At the same time, the team’s physio and a medical team came and treated Asif.

Although the matter could not be handled on the field, Asif Ali had to be taken to the dressing room. Now it has to be seen how severe Asif’s injury is.

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ASIF ALI HAS HURT HIMSELF WHILE DIVING TO STOP A BOUNDARY. HE WALKS OFF THE FIELD. PAKISTAN WILL HOPE IT’S NOT SERIOUS!#TRISERIES #NZVPAK #T20WORLDCUP2022

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