Bangladesh is likely to miss the services of Sakib al Hasan in the upcoming Test series against Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe after his latest scan report
showed he has had a rare neuromuscular disorder induced by exercise.
The BCB took Sakib for a scan and diagnosis on Thursday after he complained of his discomfort with his old injury that forced him out the recent one-day series against West Indies.
The report said Sakib has developed an Exertional Compartment Syndrome, an uncommon exercise-induced neuromuscular disorder, which the BCB physiotherapists said could take months to recover.
‘We will decide on his future tomorrow [Friday] after discussing it with the selectors as he needs controlled participation in sports,’ said Debashish Chowdhury, a BCB physio.
‘He has got exertion participation syndrome and two-three minor injuries along with the stress reaction that he was carrying,’ he said.
Debashish indicated that he might not be available for the Test matches in Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe and could be available only for the one-dayers.
Courtesy of New Age