There is some good news for Mumbai fans and the domestic cricket team as Sarfaraz Khan is ruled fit to play for the upcoming game.
The player on Monday was ruled out of the second game against Services. He was reported to have complained about some acute pain. Following which he was hospitalized for further diagnosis.
There he was with symptoms of acute kidney stones, which doctors believe can be dissolved through medication. He was briefly admitted to a city hospital but was discharged later in the day. It was precautionary, given he was in some discomfort.
Doctors ruled Sarfaraz Khan fit to play
Later Nusrat Khan, Sarfaraz’s father, issued a statement revealing the condition of his son. In a conversation with ESPNCrickinfo, he said, “The doctors are satisfied with his recovery, and [they] don’t think it will affect his cricket in any way… He’s doing fine, and should be available for the next match.”
The Mumbai cricket team can now take a huge sigh of relief knowing that they will have their best player with them for the next game.
Sarfaraz has had a great impact on the Mumbai team this season. He is said to be in the form of his life in the domestic circuit.
Despite his selection snub in the Indian team, the player has not shown any signs of relenting. In fact, he played a handy knock in the coming week to win his team the maiden title of Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy.
Mumbai has not had the best starts to the Vijay Hazare Trophy this season. After enduring two losses and winning one game they are fourth on the Elite Group E and will take on Maharashtra in their next game.