Habibul Bashar, the previous Bangladesh skipper, has tried positive for the novel Covid. The veteran was as of late caught up with during the BCB President’s Cup, which was won by Mahmudullah XI. The 48-year-old had indicated side effects of Covid after which on Tuesday, November 10, the Kushtia-conceived sent the examples to have clearness.
The consequences of the test came as ‘positive’ on Wednesday, November 11. Bashar, recently said that he had a fever for around a few days following which the indications appeared. He had some chilly related issues, which has diminished to an enormous degree.
Habibul Bashar remaining in seclusion
For now, according to reports in BDcrictime, Bashar is remaining in seclusion. As of late, Bangladesh Test skipper Mominul Haque and all-rounder Mahmudullah Riyad were additionally tried positive for COVID-19. Mahmudullah was set to carry out his specialty for the Multan Sultans in the end of the season games for the 2020 version of the Pakistan Super League (IPL).
However, prior to getting onto the flight, he was tried for the infection and he needed to seclude himself. His public colleague Tamim Iqbal would play for the Lahore Qalandars in the PSL. Tamim supplanted Chris Lynn, who had scored a century in the association stage.
Prior to Mominul, Bashar and Riyad, various Bangladesh cricketers fell prey to the infection. Previous captain Mashrafe Mortaza, Nazmul Islam Apu and Nafees Iqbal were additionally tried positive. Yet, they figured out how to recuperate from the equivalent, causing them a deep sense of alleviation.
Bashar-an unbelievable figure
All things considered, he is one of the epic figures in Bangladesh cricket. He made his presentation against Sri Lanka route in 1995 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. In 2000, he played the Tigers’ lady Test against India in Dhaka.
In 50 Tests and 111 ODIs, the Habibul Bashar separately with three centuries and 38 half-hundreds of years. It’s implied that he was a robust of Bangladesh’s center request over all the organizations.
Under his initiative, Bangladesh likewise made the second round in the 2007 World Cup in the West Indies. In the competition, his men beat India and South Africa. His last global match was against South Africa in Dhaka in February 2008.