Bangladesh captain Shakib preventing thigh harm at World Cup

Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan suffered a thigh harm and is below statement forward of its World Cup match towards India subsequent week, the nation’s cricket board stated Saturday.

Shakib injured himself throughout Friday’s eight-wicket loss towards New Zealand in Chennai when he scored 40 with the bat and accomplished his bowling quota of 10 overs to select up 1-54 earlier than hobbling off the sector.

The BCB stated in a press release that he had an MRI scan however didn’t reveal the extent of the issue.

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“He had an MRI scan done after the game, and we will continue to observe his fitness for the coming matches,” crew physio Bayjedul Islam Khan stated in a BCB assertion.

“We will clinically assess his day-to-day progress and take measures accordingly.”

Bangladesh will play host India in its subsequent match in Pune on Thursday.

Bangladesh began its World Cup marketing campaign with a win towards Afghanistan on October 7 however misplaced its subsequent two matches towards England and New Zealand.

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