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August 8, 2006
Inzamam-ul-Haq, the Pakistan captain, has been cleared of major injury after going for an X-ray but is still suffering from pain in the right side of his chest. Inzamam did not take the field for the first hour and did not come back out after lunch on the fourth day of the third Test against England at Headingley.
While trying to sweep Monty Panesar, Inzamam stumbled and fell on to his stumps and was seen rubbing his chest as he walked off the field.
However, Bob Woolmer, the Pakistan coach, said that the injury was unrelated to his dismissal. "The X-ray is clear but he [Inzamam] has some internal problems and complained of pain in the right side of his chest," Woolmer, the Pakistan coach, told Dawn. "He was not hit by a ball or hurt during his dismissal."
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