Bangladesh’s commander for the Twenty20 worldwide series against Zimbabwe Nurul Hasan will miss the remainder of visit because of a finger injury,
Bangladesh’s commander for the Twenty20 global series against Zimbabwe Nurul Hasan will miss the remainder of visit because of a finger injury, the nation’s cricket board said on Monday. The wicketkeeper-batsman hurt his left pointer while keeping against quick bowler Hasan Mahmud during Sunday’s second T20 worldwide at the Harare Sports Club, which Bangladesh won by 7 wickets.
We did a X-beam which uncovered a break to the forefinger, a Bangladesh Cricket Board explanation cited public group physio Muzadded Alpha as saying.
Such wounds require around three weeks to recuperate from. He is consequently out of Tuesday’s last T20I match and the impending ODI series,” he said.
The three-match T20 series is at present locked at 1-1, with Zimbabwe having dominated the initial game by 17 runs.
A BCB representative told AFP the commander for Tuesday’s series decider would be reported at the appointed time.
Nurul supplanted batsman Mahmudullah Riyad as chief for the Zimbabwe T20s, and is generally expected to lead Bangladesh in the impending T20 World Cup in Australia in October-November.
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Bangladesh will play three ODIs against Zimbabwe on August 5, 7 and 10, every one of them at the Harare Sports Club.
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