Bangladesh player Mahmudul Hasan Joy is set to miss the rest of the two-match Test series against New Zealand later he supported a finger injury. The 21-year-old fostered the injury while rehearsing in front of the fourth day’s play of the initial Test at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui.
Passing by the turn of events, it is not yet clear assuming he comes out to bat gave Bangladesh get an opportunity to bat on Day five. The young person will currently be under the perception of the Bangladesh Cricket Board clinical staff and will require around 10 days, if not more, to get fit.
“Mahmudul Hasan got a cut physical issue on his right hand in the middle of third and fourth finger while handling and he required three fastens. He will be under perception for seven to ten days. We are giving him all the medicine that is required,” BCB physio Bayzidul Islam was cited as saying on Cricbuzz.
Mahmudul Hasan Joy thrives
Delight didn’t have the best of starts to his vocation later he made just six runs from two innings on debut against Pakistan at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka. Notwithstanding, he has performed extraordinarily in the initial Test against New Zealand that Bangladesh have ruled across four days.
In the primary innings, Joy scored 78 runs off 228 balls with the assistance of seven fours, taking his group looking consistent so far. He was additionally associated with a pivotal 104-run represent the third wicket alongside Najmul Hossain Shanto, who likewise contributed with a convenient 64-run knock off 109 balls.
On the rear of his thump, Bangladesh posted 458 runs in their first innings, and for the most part significantly, took a 130-run lead. Captain Mominul Haque Showrabh and wicketkeeper Liton Das scored 88 and 86 individually, and moved the Tigers past the 400-run mark. Mehidy Hasan Miraz additionally made 47 essential runs in the main meeting of day four.
Mahmudul Hasan, at the end of play on Day four in Mount Maunganui, the Black Caps are driving by 17 runs with five wickets left in their subsequent innings. Ebadot Hossain got four wickets for 85 runs in 35.2 overs and didn’t allow the Kiwis to flee with the game.