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Mashrafe leaves for India to take medical treatment

Mashrafe uncertain in first match for Dhaka due to Injury

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CRICDOT DESK : The Dhaka Premier Cricket League will start on March 15 without national team cricketers. Mashrafe bin Murtaza has joined the Legends of Rupganj in the first day’s transfer. Earlier, Sheikh Jamal was in Dhanmondi Club.

Although the former captain of the national team is not fully fit. Injuries in the BPL are uncertain for his new team. She needs surgery.

And Mashrafe is going to India soon for his own treatment. He will decide to perform the surgery on the advice of an Indian doctor.

Mashrafe came to Sher-e-Bangla on Wednesday afternoon to change the party and told the journalists that.

“I am going to India to see a specialist,” he said. On the 9th of taking my appointment. I’m leaving four days ago. I will give time to the family for the first few days. I will go to Chennai on the 9th. He will see a doctor at Apollo Hospital on the same day. He made an appointment after seeing the scanned picture. He will decide on surgery after seeing her face to face. ‘

However, Mashrafe wants to undergo this surgery while playing DPL. Although the matter depends on the advice of the doctor.

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“I want to play in the Premier League,” said Narail Express. But the doctor wants to do it beforehand. It has to be matched now. I have to have surgery on my lumbar disc. If I had a month before the start of the league, I would have done it earlier. But that time is not there.

Despite suffering knee and ankle injuries for most of his career, Mashrafe is now being chased by ‘back pain’. He got pain while making himself in BPL. He could not play properly in BPL due to that back pain. ‘

“I have a little bit of back pain,” said the most successful national team captain. That’s why I’m going to India for treatment. ‘ There weren’t enough tournaments, chances to play were low. There was BPL, I got the back pain at that time. I hope there will be no problem after treating it. ‘

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