Rashid Khan suffered a knee injury while facing Sri Lanka in the T20 World Cup on Tuesday. After that, things were going up on the depth of the injury. Meanwhile, the coach gave an update on Rashid Khan’s injury. Jonathan Trott said Rashid’s injury was not serious.
Speaking to the media, the Afghanistan coach said his condition is currently being monitored. I think his knee is injured. There was also a small back problem coming into the World Cup. So it’s still bad. I think he will be fine. I don’t know what it is, but I mean there is no serious injury.
Trott said a player like Rashid can help the team when they face the mighty Aussies in Adelaide. Notably, Rashid played for the Adelaide Strikers in the Big Bash League.
The Afghan team faces defeat in the game against Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 6 wickets. Previously, two matches of the Afghanistan team had been washed away by rain.
Beating first against Sri Lanka, Afghanistan scored 144 points. Vanindu Hasaranga took 3 wickets while performing excellent bowling for Sri Lanka. Playing in response, Sri Lanka reached the target of 4 wickets. Dhananjay de Silva hit an undefeated fifty.