Imrul Kayes ruled out for a month with finger injury

Bangladesh veteran opening batsman Imrul Kayes has been ruled out for a month with finger injury during a practice session at the Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club on Tuesday.

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He suffered a blow in the little finger of his left leg which forced him to be out action for at least thirty days. He will now be unable to participate in the upcoming Dhaka Premier League (DPL).

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“It was a bit damp at the Sheikh Jamal field. I hurt my little finger while fielding. I sprained my ankle and after x-ray it was revealed that I have a hairline fracture in my left little finger bone,” said Imrul.

Confirming his inability to play for a month, Imrul said, Imrul also confirmed that he will be out for at least a month due to the injury.

“It usually takes two weeks to recover from such injury. But as I am a player, doctor suggested me to keep the bandage for three weeks. And then I will have to rest for another week. So I will be out for a month,” explained Imrul.

Imrul Kayes who was excluded from Bangladesh Cricket Board’s (BCB) central contract list, played for Chattogram Challengers.


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