Mushfiqur hurts finger during net practice

Bangladesh wicket keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has suffered from a bruise during the practice sessions before the second and final Test against West Indies.   [নিউজটি বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ মুশফিকের চোট প্রসঙ্গে চিকিৎসকের ভাষ্য]

Mushfiqur brought up his sixth Test century
Mushfiqur brought up his sixth Test century

The injury, therefore, is termed minor by Bangladesh Cricket Board physiotherapist Debashish Chowdhury. But he is rested from today’s net practice for the healing.

Debashish Chowdhury stated,

“He (Mushfiqur) hurt his finger a little. The good news is X-ray reports did not show any sign of fracture. I don’t think it would be grave anyhow. But as a precaution, we have rested him for the day.”

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Mushfiqur stopped batting practice as soon as a bouncing delivery hurt his finger.

The second and final Test match between Bangladesh and West Indies is scheduled to start from November 30 at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.

Bangladesh are one up in the series with a 64 runs win in the first Test in Chittagong. The heavily spun match was ended just within two and half days under tormenting spin attack from the home side.

The injury striken Bangladesh team is already missing the service of regular opener Tamim Iqbal. Skipper Shakib Al Hasan, after long rehabilitation process for an infected finger, has made a grand return in the first Test and led his team to the substantial victory.

The Test series will be followed by a three match one day international series. The tour will come to an end with the shortest version series where the two teams will lock horns in three matches in Sylhet and Dhaka.

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