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Mustafiz to return on Wednesday.

Bangladesh cricket team seamer Mustafizur Rahman is in India at the moment to take part in the ongoing Indian Premier League- IPL Twenty/20. He is playing for the defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad and as a result has not joined the national team in Sussex for the camp ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy. [বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ মুস্তাফিজ দেশে ফিরছেন বুধবার]

But the good news is he will be soon seen with the team. The left arm pacer is returning back to Bangladesh on Wednesday. And it is learned that he will fly towards England to join with his team mates on the very next day, that is Thursday along with Mashrafe Mortaza and Shakib Al Hasan who also at the moment are in Dhaka.

It was Mustafizur’s second season in the Twenty/20 league. Last year he was one of the best performers of the tournament winning the award of best emerging award and playing a key role in his team Sunrisers Hyderabad’s road towards title.

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But it was completely different story for him this year. He was not able to join his franchisee from the beginning due to national duty. After joining he was part of the team in only a match in which he failed to live upto the expectation, as a result was benched for the remaining matches.

Earlier there was a lot of discussion over his participation in the tenth edition of Indian Premier League- IPL Twenty/20. There was rumor that he might not get the permission to play this season, as he was injured very badly while playing in the tournament last season. But later on Bangladesh Cricket Board- BCB decided to give him the NOC for the participation.

  • Maksudul HAQUE, Correspondent, bdcrictime

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