Bangladesh pacer Ebadot Hossain is out of the upcoming ODI World Cup as the pacer goes under the knife in the UK today for an injury that has already seen him out of the Asia Cup, beginning today.
Bangladesh pacer Ebadot Hossain left for the United Kingdom yesterday to consult a doctor after the pacer was ruled out of the Tigers’ Asia Cup squad due to a knee injury.
Bangladesh fast bowler Ebadot Hossain has been ruled out of the upcoming Asia Cup in Pakistan and Sri Lanka due to a knee injury. The national selection panel of BCB has named uncapped pacer Tanzim Hasan Sakib as Ebadot’s replacement.
Bangladesh pacer Ebadot Hossain has been deemed doubtful for the Asia Cup due to fitness concerns, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) chief selector Minhajul Abedin Nannu confirmed to The Daily Star on Monday.
Ebadot Hossain has been ruled out of the third and final ODI against Afghanistan after suffering a knee injury during the second match on Saturday, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) confirmed on Saturday.
Bangladesh pacer Ebadot Hossain limped off the field after falling over backwards while coming to bowl the third delivery of the 42nd over in the second ODI against Afghanistan at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Saturday.
Ebadot Hossain has been a great example of how hard work can help a cricketer take the next step on the world stage. The 29-year-old has become a key member of the Tigers' pace-bowling unit and once again made his impact felt during Bangladesh's record Test win against Afghanistan on a sporting Mirpur pitch. The Sylhet native was also included in the ODI and T20I squad for the upcoming Afghanistan series and the pacer spoke about his bowling, future plans, work ethic and a few other topics during a candid conversation with The Daily Star's Mazhar Uddin. The excerpts are below:
"I think this is the first time we got such a pitch and I think we were fortunate enough to be able to play with three seamers in such conditions. We tried our best to bundle out the opponent cheaply and it feels good to be able to successfully execute our game plan," Ebadot said
Bangladesh are gearing up for the second ODI against Ireland in Chelmsford today after the first ODI was abandoned due to inclement weather and while rain remains a concern, the conditions allow the new ball to move quite a bit and provide extra bounce on the surface. Even if it proves difficult for the top-order, pacer Shoriful Islam was enjoying the experience and the challenge.