Saturday, March 07, 2015

Anamul Haque diagnoses with a grade three injury

Bangladeshi opener, Anamul Haque, has been ruled out of the World Cup after suffering a shoulder injury during his side’s six-wicket victory over Scotland in Nelson on Thursday. The 22-year-old right-handed batsman has suffered a dislocation of his right shoulder. It is not yet sure how long it will take him to be recovered.
He sustained the injury while trying to stop a ball on the boundary. He was immediately taken to hospital for scans. He was diagnosed with a grade three injury which resulted in a dislocation of the shoulder joint. It might take him up to three months of rehabilitation.

However, his absence did not affect the team’s performance against Scotland.