Shakib’s World Cup mission is over
Shakib Al Hasan is injured. Shakib was already uncertain in the South Africa match on November 2. This time he withdrew himself of the World Cup. A source in the Bangladesh team confirmed the news.
Later on Sunday, October 31 evening, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) also confirmed the news. Shakib will not be available in the remaining two matches of the Tigers in the World Cup. BCB doctor Debashish Chowdhury confirmed the news, saying, "Shakib has injured the bottom of his left leg. He got this injury in the last match against West Indies. Shakib will not be able to play in Bangladesh's next two matches in the World Cup due to this Grade One injury. '
Shakib got a hamstring injury while fielding against West Indies. That injury has finally become tomorrow for the world's best all-rounder.
Tigers will have to play the remaining two matches against South Africa and Australia in the Super Twelve of the World Cup without Shakib. Shakib left the Sharjah Cricket Stadium with an injury after the last match of the red-green team against the Caribbean. The left-arm star all-rounder also bowled four overs later on the field. He also bat as the opening batsman to avoid injury.
The performance in the field fight is not going well. Bangladesh's dream of a semi-final has been shattered after losing three matches in a row against Sri Lanka, England and the West Indies. The goal now is to snatch the consolation win in the remaining two matches.
But there is a fear of winning the last two matches because the Bangladesh team is now disordered due to injury. Mohammad Saifuddin has already returned to the country with a back injury. This time Shakib Al Hasan became a spectator due to injury. There are also fears about Nurul Hasan Sohan.
Shakib was initially under 48-hour observation with the injury. It was later learned that the cricket superstar would have to rest for a week to recover from the injury. As a result, Shakib's World Cup mission ended in the middle of the event. Shakib will be fit and someone new will join the team to finish the quarantine, the remaining two matches of Bangladesh will be over.
Cricketers have to stay in the bio-safety zone during the corona period. The Tigers are taking someone to replace Shakib as there is an obligation of quarantine.
Bangladesh's next two matches are against Australia and South Africa. Bangladesh will play against South Africa in Abu Dhabi on November 2. The Tigers' last match of the super league is against Australia on November 4 in Dubai. Both games will start at 4 pm Bangladesh time.