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Mohammad Hafeez recovers from dengue, resumes practice

Mohammad Hafeez was infected with dengue virus last week. Due to his illness, Hafeez withdrew from the first leg of the...
Published 04 Oct, 2021 06:46pm
Mohammad Hafeez was infected with dengue virus last week. File Photo
Mohammad Hafeez was infected with dengue virus last week. File Photo

By Sohail Ali

LAHORE: Pakistan former captain Mohammad Hafeez has fully recovered from dengue fever and resumed his cricket practice on Monday.

Mohammad Hafeez was infected with dengue virus last week. Due to his illness, Hafeez withdrew from the first leg of the National T20 Cup — which was held in Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.

After gaining full fitness Hafeez is available for Central Punjab for the reminder of the reminder of the completion.

The second leg of the National T20 Cup will start on October 6. The right-handed batsman is also part of the Pakistan squad for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup.

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