Another blow to the Bangladesh team. Shakib Al Hasan will not play in the World Cup. Bangladesh’s next match is against Australia. Shakib is not in that match. The captain is returning home on Tuesday. It is reported that he is injured. That’s why Shakib will not play in the last match. Bangladesh, however, has already been eliminated from the World Cup. So this match is not very important for the team.
Bangladesh team physio Bejedul Islam Khan informed about Shakib’s injury. He said, “While batting, the ball hit Shakib’s finger. He bats with that. Shakib was playing with tape on his finger. Also took painkillers. He was X-rayed in Delhi. It shows that Shakib’s finger bone is cracked. It will take three to four weeks to recover. Shakib will return to the country on Tuesday. He will be rehabbed there.”
Shakib scored 82 off 65 balls against Sri Lanka. He hit 12 fours and two sixes. Bangladesh won against Sri Lanka based on his innings. When Shakib came out to bat, Bangladesh were under pressure after losing 2 wickets for 57 runs. Shakib won the team by performing with bat and ball. He was also the best of the match.
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Shakib returned to the country a few days ago. That time Shakib went to his personal trainer to practice. This time he is returning to the country. But don’t come back. Because Bangladesh has one match left in the World Cup. They will return home after playing against Australia on November 11. They have no chance of reaching the semi-finals. However, the match against Australia may be important for Bangladesh to secure a place in the Champions Trophy. Bangladesh will want to finish in the top seven. If not, they will not be able to play the Champions Trophy in 2025.
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