Opener Tamim Iqbal's injury is the biggest worry for the Bangladesh team. Photo: Collected
The Bangladesh team is struggling with injuries. Tamim Iqbal, opener, left the team anxious for the pain in the left hand during practice. It is still not certain whether he will be playing his first match in the World Cup against South Africa on June 2.
After the test, Tamim's real condition can be known. Although Tamim and others are concerned about minor injuries, bowling coach Courtney Walsh is hopeful of getting a healthy team. He told the possibilities of doing well in the Oval wicket, 'he got only a pain in his hands. There is still no way to understand it. Observing that no update is possible now. Wait until the report is available. It is a matter of little concern that he has come out of the net as soon as he gets the ball. '
Tamim was batting on one side of the field A sudden a force ripped his ball in his left hand. He left the practice untimely leaving the pain.
Apart from Captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, allrounder Saifuddin was also at rest because of minor problems.