Mohammad Rizwan in trouble? PCB’s doctor reveals giving him a prohibited substance
It is indeed a big revelation and many thought the wicket keeper batter might get into trouble for it.
Last year during the ICC T20 World Cup, Mohammad Rizwan was hailed as a hero following his magnificent half century despite being in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) before the semi-final clash against Australia.
Just a couple of days before the big semi final against the Aussies, Mohammad Rizwan suffered a severe chest infection. He had to spend more than 24 hours in the ICU before making a heroic comeback for the semi final.
Now, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Doctor Najeebullah Soomro has made a revelation about the wicket-keeper batter which has shocked many. According to him, Super-Riz was given a prohibited substance in order to save his life.
It is indeed a big revelation and many thought the wicket keeper batter might get into trouble for it. However, Doctor Najeebullah Soomro also revealed that he had taken International Cricket Council (ICC)’s permission for it.
During an interview with Mohammad Rizwan, the PCB doctor told the cricketer: “You were unable to breathe and I have to get permission from the International Cricket Council to inject that medicine to help you recover.“
He added that the medicine is prohibited for the athletes but since there was no other option, PCB had to take permission from the ICC for it.
Watch the complete interview:
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