Pakistan’s limited overs specialist and left-handed pacer Rumman Raees has been out of the game for a long time and is still struggling to make his way back to the squad of national team because of his injury.
He is currently undergoing the rehabilitation process and fans are still awaiting an official statement from PCB on the span of his recovery process. Rumman Raees played his last international match against New Zealand in January. He picked up only one wicket and gave away 41 runs in four overs in a T20I fixture against Kiwis before the start of PSL.
Rumman Raees played only three games in the initial phase of the Pakistan Super League 2018, before sustaining a knee injury, while playing as the vice-captain of Islamabad United against Quetta Gladiators.
Rummans’s knee stuck on the ground miserably as he dived near the boundary to stop the ball and had to be taken out of the ground afterwards.
As per the MRI scan reports, Rumman Raees was initially advised to take rest for 2 weeks and was ruled out of the remainder of the PSL season-three.
However, he is still struggling to make comeback in cricket because of his rehabilitation and recovery process.
Pakistan Cricket team is currently missing his services as he is the one who has got awe-inspiring varieties like yorkers, cutters and back of hand slower ones, which are the basic needs of the shortest format of the game.
Furthermore, he is one of those bowlers who are arduous to smack during the death overs because of the variations he brings into the contest.