Batsman Azam Khan of Pakistan, who was rushed to hospital after a blow to the head during Friday’s training, was released from the Hospital following improvement of his health.
Azam Khan had been excluded from West Indies from the second and third T20Is. The 22-year-old who debuted against England earlier this month has learned that a fast bowler hit them.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) welcomed him back into the dressing room upon announcing his return from the hospital on Twitter.
The son of the renowned cricket player in Pakistan, Moin Khan, worn the helmet and didn’t lose awareness when he was hit.
A neurochirurg has however advocated a 24-hour observation period. On Monday, he will be re-evaluated.
In addition, all three other games will be played in Guyana, with the first back-to-back weekend contest on Saturday, ahead of the finale on Tuesday.
The T20Is are to be followed by two tests in Kingston from 12 to 20 August.