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Asia Cup: Tamim Iqbal Ruled Out Of Bangladesh Squad After Suffering Wrist Fracture

Asia Cup: Tamim Iqbal Ruled Out Of Bangladesh Squad After Suffering Wrist Fracture


Bangladesh group suffered a vital blow on Monday after opener Tamim Iqbal was ruled out of a rest of a Asia Cup with a damaged hand.  “He got dual fractures in his hand. He would not be means to continue here and also for a subsequent 3 to 4 weeks,” group manager Khaled Mahmud told news group AFP from Dubai. The left-hander perceived a blow during a initial compare of a Asia Cup on Saturday opposite Sri Lanka. Tamim suffered an damage on a wrist in a second over of Bangladesh’s innings when he was strike by a brief turn from Suranga Lakmal.

Tamim was hailed as inhabitant favourite after he returned to bat with his harmed palm for a final wicket during Bangladesh’s 137-run win in a opening compare opposite Sri Lanka.

He left a margin for sanatorium for a scan, and when he returned to a belligerent with a rope on his harmed palm his Asia Cup was suspicion to be over.

But a opener dumbfounded all by striding out to bat after Bangladesh mislaid their ninth wicket for 229 runs.

He fashioned a hole in his glove in sequence to fit his taped wrist and used one palm in confronting a singular smoothness to give a strike behind to Mushfiqur Rahim, who was batting on 112.

Mushfiqur afterwards scored 32 off 16 balls alone in their 10th-wicket partnership, running Bangladesh to 261 runs before he was discharged in a final over for 144.

Bangladesh after bowled out Sri Lanka for 124 runs to record their biggest win on unfamiliar soil, creation a hulk jump towards a Super Four round.

Bangladesh will face Afghanistan in their second compare of a contest in a United Arab Emirates on Thursday.

(With AFP Inputs)

Article source: https://sports.ndtv.com/asia-cup-2018/asia-cup-tamim-iqbal-ruled-out-of-bangladesh-squad-after-suffering-wrist-fracture-1917912

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