Lahore: Pakistan captain Babur’s father Assam Siddique has suggested that the match fee for Assam’s Twenty20 World Cup match be used for the treatment of Bisma Amjad. Bisma Amjad suffered a head injury during training.
Babur’s father said that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramis Raja had been asked to do whatever was necessary to treat Bisma, adding that if a player wearing a Pakistan jersey was helpless, it meant the country was helpless. The PCB, meanwhile, said it would bear the cost of Bisma’s treatment.
Bisma suffered a head injury while training at the cricket academy in Sindh province. The star has been suffering from chronic vomiting for the past three days. The neurosurgeon clarified that Bisma would be subjected to scanning again. Right-handed batsman Bisma has played for PCB Strikers and Northern Renegades.
Babur, who is in excellent form at the Twenty20 World Cup, has scored three fifties in four matches. With this, Babur became the first captain to win three fifty in the Twenty20 World Cup. Pakistan have reached the semi-finals after winning all four of their matches.
Bisma Amjad suffered a concussion during a women’s training camp at the Sindh regional academy. The PCB, as a responsible organisation is continuing to look after her wellbeing as well as treatment expenses.
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) October 30, 2021
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