Mahmudullah injured on the eve of World Cup-19

Bangladeshi dependable batting all-rounder, Mahmudullah injured on the eve of World Cup-19. Despite Mahmudullah injured initially before test series against New Zealand and repeat it by a “Grade 3” tear on the shoulder.

Chief physician asserted getting MRI report

However, Receiving the MRI report on Monday, Chief Physician Dr. Debashish Chowdhury revealed the update.  “We received the MRI report of Mahmudullah today and it reveals he had a grade- three tear. We have recommended him rest for 15 days and later we will start his rehabilitation program,” the officials said on Monday.”

Therefore, Dr. Chowdhury is thinking about surgery and advising the cricketer not to attain in the practice session.  “’We will follow conservative treatment process and if that fails to heal him than we might need an operation. ‘He can do his fitness training but we advised that he should not have any session that can force him to take some kind of a load. This injury is quite similar to the one that Mustafizur received but in most cases. It becomes a major concern for pace bowlers. So we are hoping that he will recover with conservative treatment.”

Mahmudullah injured on the eve of World Cup-19
Mahmudullah injured on the eve of World Cup-19

The similarity with Mustafizur Rahman

According to another bad news is This injury is quite similar to the one that pace bowler Mustafizur Rahman suffered but in most cases, though it may not that serious for a spin bowling all-rounder, opined the BCB official. Mustafizur had to undergo surgery for his SLAP (Superior Labrum from Anterior to Posterior) tear, which kept him sidelined for nearly six months in 2016. But Mahmudullah is expected to play a vital role in Bangladesh’s World Cup campaign, starting with the match against South Africa at the Oval on June 2.

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Therefore, Bangladeshi dependable batting all-rounder, Mahmudullah injured on the eve of World Cup-19. Hope He’ll flash on the World Cup-19 on Bangladesh jersey.

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