Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal Khan has been forced to quit the second and last Test against South Africa after hurting the previously injured the left leg. Tamim appeared in the first Test despite having a ‘Grade One Tear’ in left leg muscle suffered during the single preparation match in the beginning of the tour. [বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ দ্বিতীয় টেস্টে নেই তামিম, অনিশ্চিত ওয়ানডেতে]
Team management fetched him a local physician in Potchefstroom after ending the first Test; therefore the physician ruled the possibility for Tamim to play in the second Test match. It is also knows that the dashing opener is now also uncertain to turn up for the one day international series later on.
Although team management is hoping a resting period of 10 to 12 days would recover the affected part, physician in Potchefstroom suggested at least 4 weeks of interval from field action for Tamim.
The second and last Test between Bangladesh and South Africa will start from 6th of October in Bloemfontein.
The visiting team will also feature in a practice match on 12th of this month before taking part in the ODI series. 1 of 1