Pakistan quick bowler Haris Rauf has been controlled out of the remainder of the Test series against Britain with a thigh injury, the group’s administration said Tuesday. The 29-year-old, who made his presentation in the initial Test in Rawalpindi, stepped ready while handling right from the start. “A grade II strain in the right quad has controlled Rauf out of the Test series against Britain,” the Pakistan Cricket Board said in an explanation. Examines and an ensuing evaluation closed Rauf needs downtime for restoration, it added.
Rauf bowled 13 overs taking 1-78 in Britain’s most memorable innings, however couldn’t bowl in the second. He batted with uneasiness in the two innings.
Britain won the principal Test by 74 sudden spikes in demand for Monday to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
Pakistan still can’t seem to name a trade for Rauf, yet have a 17-man crew to browse for the subsequent Test beginning in Multan on Friday
Rauf’s nonappearance is a further catastrophe for a Pakistan side previously missing point pace bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi through knee injury.