LAHORE - Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and its selection fell prey to their own trap when they declared fast bowler Sohail Tanvir unfit at the eleventh hour axed him from the squad on the grounds of fitness problem prior to announcing the departure of the team for New Zealand tour, it is reliably learnt. Sohail Tanvir after the ouster from the team proved his fitness by appearing in the Quaid-e-Azam trophy, a domestic cricket tournament. He bagged 12 wickets in two trophy matches and approached Pakistan Cricket Board authority to constitute a medical board to examine his fitness. The board constituted a medical board that examined his fitness and declared him fully fit and the board ordered the medical board to examine Sohail Tanvir fitness thoroughly and the selection committee then approached former cricketer Azhar Khan to re-examine his fitness. Azhar Khan went to Faisalabad where Sohail Tanvir was playing in Quaid Trophy match, After examining his fitness during match also declared him fit and informed the selection committee that he found no problem during Sohail's participation in the Quaid-e-Azam trophy matches as he bowled with full run-up and pace brilliant and grabbed a few wickets. Pacer Sohail Tanvir's fitness became headache for the selection committee and board that how to deal with this issue. Azhar Khan is preparing his report that will be presented to the Pakistan Cricket Board and selection committee. Sohail Tanvir fitness may compel board to reconcile its decision. It looked like that lady luck is smiling on Sohail Tanvir and he might get chance for inclusion in one-day team against New Zealand and a place in 30 probables for World Cup to be finalised on December 30.