It further clarifies that both Rauf and Naseem will continue to be monitored by the team's medical panel. The decision to request replacements from the ACC technical committee will only be made if either player is ruled out for the next seven days.

“Haris and Naseem will continue to remain under the observation of the team’s medical panel. The team management will only request replacement from the ACC technical committee if Naseem or Haris are ruled out for the next seven days,” the statement read further.

Injury Incidents

Haris Rauf, known for his fiery pace, experienced discomfort in his right flank on Sunday, which forced him to sit out of the game on Monday. On the other hand, Naseem Shah sustained a shoulder injury while bowling during India's innings. His injury occurred in the 49th over of the match.

Both Rauf and Naseem did not have the opportunity to bat in Pakistan's innings, which ultimately ended at a mere 128 runs, resulting in a resounding 228-run victory for India.

Pakistan's performance in the Super Four game against India left much to be desired. The team found itself outclassed in all aspects of the game, starting with India's imposing total of 356 for 2 over two days.

 This challenging situation was exacerbated by the regular loss of wickets during Pakistan's chase, which included a substantial rain delay on the second day of the match. With injury concerns looming over key fast bowlers and the need for a strong resurgence, Pakistan faces an uphill battle in the remainder of the Asia Cup.