Pakistan on Wednesday locked horns with Afghanistan in their second warm-up match of the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022. Babar Azam & Co took on Nabi & team at the Gabba, Brisbane ahead of their crucial India vs Pakistan match. Although the match ended with no result courtesy of rain, Pakistan's speedster Shaheen Afridi grabbed the headlines due to his lethal opening bowling spell. In fact, to dismiss Afghanistan's opener Rahmatullah Gurbaz, Shaheen Afridi's toe-crushing yorker video took the internet by storm.

In the AFG vs PAK T20 WC 2022 warm-up match Shaheen Afridi yorker video, the left-arm speedster bowled a fiery yorker in his first over which hit Gurbaz straight onto his toes. As a result, Gurbaz was given LBW on the first ball he faced, however, the play had to stop for some moment at that time. After the 'toe-crushing' yorker Gurbaz was seen in a lot of pain on the field and also was not able to stand properly. Following this, the physios came out to treat Gurbaz, who did not seem comfortable at all. After some time, the Afghanistan opener was carried off the field by a substitute fielder as the former couldn't walk.

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Rahmatullah Gurbaz health update

Reportedly, Gurbaz was rushed to a nearby hospital for scans on his left foot. Afghanistan will be keeping their finger crossed for Gurbaz, who is one of their mainstays at the top of the order and also their wicketkeeper. Afghanistan has their Super 12 match against England in Perth on Saturday. Coming back to Afghanistan vs Pakistan warm-up match, after dismissing Gurbaz, Shaheen Afridi rattled the stumps of Zazai with another pacey low full toss. The deliveries before that from Afridi were also full, aimed at the stumps.

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The left-arm seamer is making a comeback to the Pakistan side after recovering from a knee injury that kept him away from the Asia Cup and also Pakistan's home series against England and the tri-series in New Zealand

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