On Sunday, Rubel returned to practice at the Mirpur Sher – e – Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka where he has attending full length sessions.
“I am fit now. I bowled up with short run-up but with high intensity. Following that I bowled with full run-up and felt no pain,” he said.
Rubel Hossain underwent a surgery on June 21 of this year after falling to an awkward injury when a door accidentally collided and broke his jaw bone during the ICC Champions Trophy, 2017 in England and Wales.
Under the new batting coach Mark O’Neil, Rubel Hossain and other tail ender batsmen have been going on practice batting.
The 27 year old pacer is now 7 wickets away from taking 100 wickets in one day international for Bangladesh. He played 77 matches.