Tamim to fly to England tonight
Despite missing the Pakistan series on home soil, Tamim Iqbal is trying his best to recover before the Tigers tour of New Zealand.
Maksud HaqueDesk Reporter
Pakistan cricket team has arrived Bangladesh after a Six long years However, Tamim Iqbal is not able to play in this series due to injury. He is leaving for England on Friday night for treatment.
Injuries have been following the country's best opener Tamim Iqbal Khan. At the same time, the number of fans waiting to see him on the field in Bangladesh jersey is increasing Last time, during the Bangladesh team's tour of Zimbabwe, Tamim came on the field wearing Bangladesh jersey.
Despite leading Bangladesh to a one-day series in that tour in July, the reliable opener of the Bangladesh team was forced to leave the country due to injury before the T20 series. He also missed the only Test match. Since then, Tamim has not been able to play in international cricket.
Tamim was absent even though the Tigers won the Australia and New Zealand series on home soil. He had a chance to return to the field before the T20 World Cup. He also voluntarily withdrew from the 2021 T20 World Cup in Oman and the UAE.
Although he did not play in the World Cup, Tamim took part in the Everest Premier League in Nepal at that time. He also played multiple matches. Later, he returned to the country after being injured again in that tournament.
Since then, his rehabilitation process has been going on. He had earlier ruled out playing in the Twenty/20 series against Pakistan.
However, there was a strong possibility of returning to the field with the Test series And with that possibility ruined, he got injured again. The same left finger was injured again during practice, paving the way for his return to the Pakistan series.
Despite missing the Pakistan series on home soil, Tamim Iqbal is trying his best to recover before the Tigers tour of New Zealand. The country's best opener will fly to England on Friday for treatment. Flight from Shahjalal International Airport at 1pm Bangladesh time (Friday night)