Pakistan left-arm quick bowler Mohammad Irfan has been ruled out of the World Cup because of an anxiety crack in his hip. The PCB has said that a substitution will be flown in just if Pakistan win the quarter-last against Australia in Adelaide on Friday.
Earlier, the PCB had discharged an announcement saying that Irfan had tried for MRI examines in Adelaide in the wake of encountering torment in his right hip. Identifying with Reuters, one PCB official said introductory reports of Irfan were not empowering and he could miss whatever is left of the World Cup because of the harm.
Irfan has had a humble 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup with eight wickets in five recreations at a normal of 23.25. His best performance came against Zimbabwe in Brisbane where his pull of 4 for 30 helped Pakistan win a nearby match while he put in a decent show against South Africa in Auckland by grabbing 3 for 52.
Irfan was replaced by Ehsan Adil in Pakistan’s last association diversion against Ireland in Adelaide and he wound up with figures of 7-0-31-1.