Thumb injury sidelines Rabbi for a week


Jannatul Naym Pieal

Comilla Victorians pacer Kamrul Islam Rabbi has sustained a finger injury during the team’s practice session at the indoor of Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Wednesday.

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It has been learnt that the 24-year-old pacer was having a batting practice with the help of a bowling machine when the sudden bounce of a delivery wounded the thumb of his right hand. An.X-ray report on Thursday revealed that he has got a fracture on the injured place. As a result, he is perhaps going to miss a couple of match for the Victorians.

“Doctor said that it will take about a week for me to become fully fit. I can play with this as it doesn’t pain much. But still that would be risky as if I wound the place again, the fracture could emerge more serious. That’s why doctor advised me not to take much risk,” said Rabbi.

The right handed pacer was naturally quite disappointed as he said, “It’s disappointing that I can’t take part in the practice with others. But thank God I have not to be sidelined for a long time. Hopefully I will be able to return before a week.”

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