Shakib's injury

I survived huge scare- Shakib

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|| CF Correspondent ||

All-rounder Sakib al Hasan hinted of surviving a huge scare as he underwent an immediate surgery at Apollo Hospital on Thursday.

Sakib, who was expected to fly to America for the surgery, was admitted to Apollo Hospital as he failed to sustain the pain that forced him to go under the knife to remove pus,

Cricfrenzy learnt that if the surgery was delayed by a few hours it could have had a severe impact on him as his injured finger got infected with pus.

Sakib through a face book post cleared the air regarding his present condition and what prompted him to go under the knife.

‘’By the blessing of you all I survived from getting hooked into a big suffering,’’ Sakib was quoted in his official Face book page.

‘’When I left the team and returned home I did not realize that I would face such a terrible experience. After returning I was having extreme pain and it became unbearable so had to get admitted in the hospital and do a surgery. The finger was infected and there were 60-70 mg of pus that needed to be removed so went under the knife,’’ the all-rounder added.

According to sources close to Sakib, as there were no visa available for Singapore and Thailand it forced the all-rounder to get admitted in the hospital and get the surgery done on immediate basis.

After coming from West Indies Sakib wanted to do the operation at the earliest possible time but as per the insistence of BCB he had to make sure that he is available for the Asia Cup.

However, ahead of the match against Pakistan his situation got worse that prompted him to leave the tournament at midway.  

It is understood that the entire episode took place due to the negligence of Tigers physio Thian Chandramohan as he failed understands the gravity of the injury and as a re

‘’It looked he [physion] did not understand the gravity of his injury. As he was coming back from an earlier injury most of the time the physion believed that the pain was occurring due to the previous injury while the case was entirely different as he was getting infected by sustaining pus in the entire injured area of his finger,’’ said one of his family member on request of not to be named.

''BCB president Nazmul Hasan always asked him to consult the physion and said that if he is cleared by him he is welcome to participate,'' the relative added. 


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