The Karachi Kings have been dealt a huge blow before their first encounter in the Pakistan Super League’s seventh edition (PSL). Mohammad Amir, Karachi’s frontline pacer, is doubtful for the first few games due to an injury.
Amir has been suffering from a side strain for the past few days, according to sources, and will miss Karachi’s first match against Multan Sultans tonight, as well as their second match against Quetta Gladiators on January 29. According to sources, Amir did not participate in Karachi’s pre-match training session since he is healing from an injury.
Amir stated that he is feeling a lot better than previously, but that he is still not ready to play in the first game. Doctors have recommended him to rest and thoroughly recuperate before returning to the pitch, he said. Amir further stated that following Karachi’s first match, he will confer with medical professionals once more. The left-arm pacer stated that he will most likely be unable to compete in the second match because he is still recovering.
Amir noted that while he is feeling much better than before, he is still not ready to play in the first game. Doctors advised him to rest and recover completely before returning to the pitch, he claimed. Amir also claimed that he will consult with medical professionals again after Karachi’s first match. Because he is still recovering, the left-arm pacer claimed that he will most likely be unable to compete in the second match.