Haris Rauf ruled out of tournament with shoulder dislocation

Haris Rauf ruled out of tournament with shoulder dislocation. On Saturday, February 24, he suffered a shoulder injury while playing for the Lahore Qalandars against the Karachi Kings at the Gaddafi Stadium.

Lahore Qalandars are swift Haris Rauf has been declared out of season nine of the PSL. After injuring his shoulder during a match against Karachi Kings on Saturday, February 24 at the Gaddafi Stadium. The injury occurred in the game’s 20th over. When Rauf landed awkwardly on his shoulder while making a stunning catch to dismiss Hasan Ali. He wound himself when landing on the ground, and it appeared that the catch was not made at first, but the third umpire ruled it out.

The 30-year-old was observed leaving the field with his arm wrapped after experiencing extreme pain. He then underwent scans to assess the extent of the injury. Following a thorough examination, the medical panel determined that Rauf would require four to six weeks to heal. Requiring his absence from the remainder of the PSL season.

“Haris Rauf, Pakistan and Lahore Qalandars’ premier fast bowler will be unavailable for the remainder of the Pakistan Super League. After suffering a dislocated shoulder during a narrow defeat against Karachi Kings last night. ” According to a press release issued by the Qalandars.

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Karachi Kings beat Lahore Qalandars by two wickets

In a last-ball thriller in Lahore, Karachi Kings defeated two-time reigning champions Lahore Qalandars for the fourth time in the 2024 Pakistan Super League. Chasing a 176-run goal, the Shan Masood-led squad triumphed by two wickets.

Kings won the toss and ordered the Qalandars to bat first. The Qalandars’ opener, Sahibzada Farhan, struck an undefeated 72 off 45 balls as the team scored 175 runs in the allotted overs. George Linde made a crucial impact by scoring a fast 26 not out off 13 balls while batting down the order. For the Kings, Tabraiz Shamsi, Hasan Ali, and Mir Hamza all took two wickets each. During the chase, Kieron Pollard led the Kings’ scoring with 58 runs off 33 deliveries.

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