Azam Khan ruled out of two WI T20Is due to head Injury.

Pakistan’s hard-hitting batsman, Azam Khan, has been governed out of the second and third T20Is against West Indies in the wake of supporting a head injury during an instructional course, the Pakistan Cricket Board declared on Friday (July 30).

On assessment, a neurosurgeon made the suggestion of a time of perception of 24 hours. He will be reconsidered on Monday after which a choice on his accessibility for the last T20I of the four-match series will be made.

Coming into the series, Azam, child of the previous Pakistan legend Moin Khan, gotten the support of mentor Misbah ul Haq, who trusted it was uncalled for to pass judgment on the 22-year-old on the back on the two thumps against England. Making his introduction against England, Azam returned unobtrusive scores of 5* and 1 in the two games he played before in the month. He didn’t get an opportunity to bat in the opening T20I in Barbados against West Indies as the installation was canceled because of downpour.

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