Shakib Al Hasan, the Bangladesh all-rounder, has gotten far fetched for the impending visit through New Zealand because of injury concerns and individual reasons. The veteran made his rebound to serious cricket, playing for the Mahmudullah-drove Gemcon Khulna in the debut Bangabandhu T20 Cup. He didn’t play the last against Gazi Group Chattogram after he returned to the USA.
As of late, he forayed once more into global cricket after September 2019 with the three-coordinate ODI arrangement against West Indies. However, on Monday, January 25, the Magura-conceived built up a crotch niggle during the Tigers’ third and last ODI against the Caribbean group. He was seen limping and he couldn’t finish his share of 10 overs during the opposing group’s run-pursue.
Shakib Al Hasan to turn into a dad for the third time
Talking on the injury, Shakib expressed that he would be sitting tight for in any event daily prior to making an appraisal, yet he conceded that “it doesn’t look excellent right now”. According to reports, it has additionally been discovered that he could miss the arrangement to go to the introduction of his third youngster. Half a month back, Shakib Al Hasan posted an image where he was seen, kissing his significant other Umme Shishir’s child knock.
A year ago, Shakib Al Hasan became father to a second youngster when he was in the USA with his significant other during the pinnacle seasons of the COVID-19 pandemic. By then, he was likewise serving the one-year boycott forced on him by the ICC for not having the option to report degenerate methodologies. He likewise didn’t play in the 2019-20 Bangladesh Premier League and the 2020 version of the Indian Premier League.
On his worldwide return, the 33-year-old Shakib picked four wickets against the West Indies at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. In the third ODI that Bangladesh won by 120 runs, the left-arm spinner bowled just 4.5 overs. In three matches, he likewise scored 113 runs at a normal of 56.50 with a top score of 51 in his possession.
The Tigers’ visit through New Zealand begins on Saturday, March 13 with the primary ODI at the University Oval in Dunedin. The three-coordinate T20Is begins on Tuesday, March 23 with the initial game at the McLean Park in Napier.