Shahid Afridi to miss the remaining PSL due to back injury

Afridi experienced a sudden pain in his back while he was training for the rest of the PSL tournament.

Multan Sultans star all-rounder Shahid Afridi has been ruled out of the remaining phase of Pakistan Super League (PSL) season six due to a back injury.

Afridi experienced a sudden pain in his back while he was training for the rest of the tournament.

“While training for the remainder of the HBL Pakistan Super League 6, I felt lower back pain and had to consult a doctor. Unfortunately, I have been advised to rest and can no longer accompany my team Multan Sultans for the Abu Dhabi-leg,” said Afridi in the PSL release.

“I am disappointed that I would be sitting out of the tournament, but my best wishes, support, and prayers are with the team to take the trophy,” he added.

“While training for the remainder of the HBL Pakistan Super League 6, I felt lower back pain and had to consult a doctor. Unfortunately, I have been advised to rest and can no longer accompany my team Multan Sultans for the Abu Dhabi-leg,” said Afridi in the PSL release.

Meanwhile, Islamabad United has taken left-handed batsman Umar Amin and West Indies opener Brandon King.

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