Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman spent an extra day at the BUPA Cromwell Hospital in London yesterday.
He was supposed to be released yesterday, but his surgeon Andrew Wallace advised him to stay an extra day since the left-armer had complained of some discomfort.
“There was a little bit of pain and he was a little uncomfortable, so we decided to let him spend another day in the hospital,” BCB director Jalal Yunus told The Daily Star yesterday.
“He will be out of the hospital on Saturday morning. The doctor will have a check on him again after a week. In the meantime he will also discuss the rehab procedure with our sports physician Debashish Chowdhury. It seems Mustafizur won't return home before August 20,” added Yunus.
The pacer had already started a series of ROM (range of motion) exercises, wherein he is required to move his hand a little bit. The logic behind starting the ROM so early, according to Debashish, is so that he feels less pain in the future.