Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has signed for Legends of Rupganj today to play in the Dhaka Premier League (DPL) after returning home earlier this morning from the USA.
A scan done yesterday on ace Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan suggested a Grade 1 strain on his left thigh, placing him in doubt for today’s World Cup match against Sri Lanka at the Bristol County Ground.
Certain boxes have to be ticked to know that the Bangladesh team are in good fettle.
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hasan said yesterday that Test skipper Shakib Al Hasan should not return to cricket unless he has fully recovered from a left little finger injury and that it is not absolutely important for him to feature in the third Test in New Zealand from February 16.
Bangladesh ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, who is very popular amongst the young people of the country has asked the youths of Bangladesh to help PM Sheikh Hasina in battle for making the country win.
In his very first assignment after being reappointed as Bangladesh's Test captain, Shakib Al Hasan faced the humiliation of being bundled out for the country's lowest Test score of 43 runs in Antigua, which was the first act in a 2-0 thrashing in the Test series against West Indies in July this year.
Bangladesh Test skipper Shakib Al Hasan said that he was very demanding of the players for the Test series against West Indies and said the squad had a different kind of motivation to perform well.
Still just in its 19th year of Test cricket, it is understandable that the media and fans hail records that are Bangladesh-specific and once in a blue moon, records like Nayeem Hasan becoming the youngest cricketer in all of Test cricket to take five wickets on debut are rightly celebrated with gusto.
Bangladesh’s ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan’s abilities with the bat and ball are well known and while those attributes overshadow his abilities on the field, his sharpness on the field cannot be looked down upon. Having injured his little finger on the left hand during this year’s tri-series final against Sri Lanka, Bangladesh’s Test and T20 captain has been suffering and pulled out of the Asia Cup mid-way through the tournament. Currently recuperating from injury, he has returned to training and Bangladesh’s fielding consultant Ryan Cook said that Shakib, despite still having issues with his finger, is showing great attitude while fielding.