Dhaka, Bangladesh
Two-year bar on the Fizz from T/20

Two-year bar on the Fizz from T/20

Sports Desk Bangladesh Cricket Board president informed that they have barred Injury-prone Bangladesh fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman from taking part in franchise-based T20 leagues for the next two years. Mustafizur missed the series against Afghanistan and Test series against West Indies after picking up a toe injury while playing for Mumbai Indians in the 2018 edition of Indian Premier League. "I have told him that he will not be available abroad [for franchise based tournaments] for the next two years," the BCB boss said on Friday. "It cannot go on like this. He will pick up injuries while playing in the franchise league and won't be available to perform national duty. It's just not acceptable. It cannot go on that he will be undergoing rehabilitation to recover from injuries under the care of the board, join those leagues again only to have a similar fortune," he said. Injuries have continued to haunt the young bowler since he picked After drubbing Bangladesh in the longest format of the game, West Indies will now look to extend their dominance in the three-match ODI series, when they gave Tigers in the first match at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Sunday, July 22. Both teams have faced each other in twenty-six tests. The hosts have won nineteen of those while the Tigers have won seven. up the shoulder strain in England in 2016 early into his career while playing in the Twenty20 blast. In 2017, he sustained a grade-two lateral ankle injury while warming up with a football drill on the tour of South Africa, an injury that caused him to miss the start of BPL 2017. During his latest injury-forced absence, Bangladesh were blankrd 3-0 by Afghanistan in a T20I series in Dehradun and later thrashed by Windies in the two Tests in the Caribbean.

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