Shakib injury came before the match against India, the team director said – now the pain is not happening


The ODI World Cup 2023 between India and Bangladesh will be played on 19 October. But the match has already revealed a major update on the injury of Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan.

ICC World Cup 2023: The World Cup 2023 of cricket is being played in a very spectacular manner. New Zealand defeated Bangladesh by 8 wickets in their third match of the current World Cup. Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan was injured in this match. Now a big update on Shakib’s injury has surfaced. Bangladesh team will play matches against India on 19 September.

 Injured update
Bangladesh captain Shakib Hull Hasan was injured against New Zealand। He ran in an attempt to complete a run while batting। After this, his thighs were stretched। After this, he also threw 10 overs of his quota। He was then seen in great pain। They have now been scanned। Team director Khalid Mahmood said that all signs point out that Shakib is feeling well and now he has no pain। When he lands in the nets tomorrow। After that they will be scanned again, then the entire situation will be known.

The team director said this

Director Khalid Mahmood said that these injuries usually cause a lot of pain. Even walking becomes difficult. He is currently 85-90% fit. But we do not want to take any risk about it. We do not want him to miss the rest of the tournament after playing another game. There are six matches left. If he gets approval from the physio, he will plan. Shakib Alli Hasan has won several matches for the Bangladesh team on his own. He has scored 7439 runs in 243 ODI matches for Bangladesh. Also, 313 wickets have been chopped.

 The trophy was not won even once

The Bangladesh team has played three matches in the current ODI World Cup so far, of which it has won only one match. Bangladesh has suffered defeats against England and New Zealand. At the same time, the team won 6 wickets against Afghanistan. Bangladesh team has not won the ODI World Cup trophy even once.

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