Sohan undergoes successful surgery in Singapore, Asia Cup participation in doubt

Sohan is currently staying in Singapore for advanced treatment. If everything is fine, he’ll do finger surgery there. It usually takes up to six weeks for players to recover from this type of injury.

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Bangladesh wicket-keeper batsman Nurul Hasan Sohan has to undergo surgery due to an injury which he sustained during the recent tour of Zimbabwe.
So the cricketer's addition to the national team before the Asia Cup has become more uncertain. Sohan is currently staying in Singapore for advanced treatment. If everything is fine, he’ll do finger surgery there. It usually takes up to six weeks for players to recover from this type of injury. But it is still not sure how long Sohan will be able to get fit.
The 28-year-old cricketer has had a mixed experience in his first test of leadership on the international stage, with a loss in the first T20I match against Zimbabwe and an emphatic win in the second. However, the injury has increased the disappointment of this cricketer.
In the second T20 of the series in Harare, Sohan, who was behind the wicket, injured his left hand while taking a ball bowled by pacer Hasan Mahmud. X-rays after the match revealed a serious injury to the left index finger. Sohan went to Singapore for better treatment after returning home.
This cricketer has to undergo surgery on the advice of a specialist doctor there. In this regard, Sohan said on Facebook, “Assalamu-Alaikum. I'll have to undergo surgery on my finger. Seeking dua from everyone. Allah Malik.”
The Asia Cup will start on August 27 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as an alternative venue after being changed from Sri Lanka and will end on September 11 with the final. Bangladesh's two opponents in Group 'B' are Sri Lanka and Afghanistan.