Mushfiqur Rahim Undergoes X-Ray After Suffering Injury; No Fracture Detected
On Day 2 of the first Test against New Zealand, Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim underwent an X-Ray on his hand and came out clean, without no fractures being detected, but will reportedly stay under the observation for another 48 hours as we head to the fourth day’s play.
During his record breaking partnership with Shakib-Al-Hasan of 359 runs, the right-handed batsman suffered swelling in his left thumb and right index finger after being hit and was taken to hospital for the treatment in Wellington later on.
Rahim, however, did not take the field on the third day, but will ‘bat in the second innings if the need arises‘ claimed the BCB media manager Rabeed Imam. Opening batsman Imrul Kayes then did the glovework and stood behind the stumps and took two catches during the day.
Well, this is not the first time the skipper was down and out in a match. During the first ODI in Christchurch, Rahim suffered a hamstring injury which ruled him out of the limited-overs series.
Though, during the second day’s play, Rahim and Hasan stitched together mammoth 359 runs for the sixth wicket, most by any pair from Bangladesh in Tests. Thanks to their efforts, the visitors put on 595 for eight on the board. New Zealand, in their reply, ended Day 3 on 292 for three, with opener Tom Latham unbeaten on 119.
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