The team management said that a 22-year-old woman will undergo a CT scan and be monitored for the next 48 hours.
However, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said later that the scan showed that the player was not harmed.
"All the scandals of Imam-Wol-Hark are clear, he joined the team and will be under the observation of Team Physio," the PCB tweeted.
Bowling player at the pitch Shaheen Shah Afridi was the best bowler. Pakistan's pride (Fakhar Zaman) allowed Pakistan to win the series leveling in half a century.
Shaheen's 4-38 kept New Zealand from 50 over to 209-9 before returning to run-a-ball 88 to reach the 70th in Pakistan with the goal of losing four wickets in 40-overs did.
Veteran hitter RTE Taylor scored 120 goals and scored 86 goals and added 75 to the fifth wicket with Henry Nicholls.
With victory, Pakistan began 2-3 defeats in the Arab Emirates in 2014, defeating the Lions Clubs International for the fourth year in a row for the 12th consecutive year.
New Zealand will also play in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, April 2, in the first game of the current series, and 2-0 (New Zealand 2015), 2-0 (New Zealand 2016), 5-0 (January New Zealand).
This victory also prepares an exciting finals on Sunday in Dubai.
Pakistan's captain, Sarfraz Ahmed, said: "We wanted to return and the team did well.
"We showed favorable sympathy for Shaheen, and Fakhar and Babar hit so well."
New Zealand veteran Kane Williamson admitted that his team did not have enough to defend.
"Waste that brought us a gun." "That was not enough.
The only player who scored 57 in one day of international games on the last six days allowed New Zealanders to score 11 points and Pakistan allowed 54 points for the Imam.
When Imam was not injured, Babar Azam added a quick 101 to the second wicket. Babar Azam made 50 balls, both of which fell to the same Ferguson.
Ferguson, who ended in 3-60, had 10 other wickets at Shoaib Malik's lucky when Ish Sodhi caught up with Nicole's shoulder and caught up in the middle.
Sarfraz dropped to 13, but Mohammad Hafeez scored 27 points behind the victory line.
Earlier Taylor-Nicholls left New Zealand again shaking Shaheen's lead after 4-46 in his first game.
Shaheen dismissed Colin Munro's destructive opener for the second time in the inning and watched Hafeez's tough game.
In his next game, he rolled a straight drive to drive Kane Williamson out of the striker end.
In the second order, Shaheen named Tom Latham as first base, and Hafeez suffered George Jober at the age of 28 to 73-4.
Taylor, who played 80 in the first game, kept on one end and did not finish the inning with less than 200 points with Nichols.
The Nicholls finally finished 38th by Hasan Ali, who finished 2-59.
Taylor recorded three bouts and six hits in the 43rd half of the international game on Sunday.