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Pak vs NZ: Queenstown’s uneven pitch brought on Babar Azam’s harm, says Ramiz Raja



Pak vs NZ: Queenstown's uneven pitch caused Babar Azam's injury, says Ramiz Raja
  •  Ramiz Raja stated {that a} lengthy break from cricket can have an effect on the general efficiency of gamers.
  • The commentator stated that Queenstown doesn’t host common worldwide cricket.
  • The uneven bounce on the observe pitch could have been the rationale for Azam’s harm.

KARACHI: Commenting on the exclusion of captain Babar Azam resulting from his premature harm, Pakistan commentator Raja has opined that Queenstown’s uneven pitch is likely to be the rationale for  his unseen harm.

Former Pakistani skipper, in a video on his YouTube channel, elucidated how lengthy breaks from cricket can have an effect on the general efficiency of the gamers.

He claimed that this might have been one other issue that so many gamers have suffered accidents throughout observe classes.

Talking about Azam’s harm particularly, Raja claimed that Queenstown doesn’t host common worldwide cricket. Therefore, the uneven bounce on its observe pitches could have been the rationale why Azam received caught on his proper thumb and fractured it.

Babar Azam’s harm

In a significant blow to the Pakistan cricket workforce forward of the T20I New Zealand sequence, captain Babar Azam was excluded from the squad after struggling a fracture in his proper thumb throughout Sunday morning’s observe session.

Pakistani skipper had suffered the harm a day after Imam-ul-Haq had fractured his left thumb additionally throughout a throw-down session.

In a press release on Sunday, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had stated: “World’s second-ranked T20I batsman suffered the injury during a throw-down session, following which he was taken to a local hospital where X-rays confirmed his fracture”.

The Pakistani skipper is not going to be attending the nets for at the very least 12 days, which means he is not going to be out there for the 18, 20, and 22 December T20Is to be performed in Auckland, Hamilton, and Napier, respectively.

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