Ex ODI skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has had enough troubles to deal with during this pandemic already. He was the first person in his family to test positive for Covid-19, he did recover from that but had to see almost every member of his family gradually being affected by the virus one by one.
Mashrafe's children Humayra and Sahel were the latest to test positive for coronavirus. If this was not enough, Mashrafe is now faced with yet another injury, even before returning to cricket.
Bangladesh's most successful ODI captain had a hamstring injury three days ago while running in the City Club of the capital city. He had been playing football there for the last few days and picked up a hamstring while doing a running between the play.
He did not do running for the last two days due to the injury, Mashrafe told The Business Standard. "I got a hamstring injury three days ago while running in City Club. That's why I did not run in the last two days. Debashis Chowdhury advised me to do a scan, but I haven't done that yet," said Mashrafe.
BCB's chief physician Debashis Chowdhury told The Business Standard that he had talked with Mashrafe and advised to do a scan as soon as possible. "It is better to do a scan on the fourth day, it would give us a clear idea of how bad the injury is. Today is the fourth day, I messaged him to do the scan today if possible," Debashis added.