During the second one-day international match between Bangladesh and Afghanistan, Ebadot Hossain of Bangladesh leaves the pitch after suffering an injury.
Ebadot Hossain, the bowler for Bangladesh, will not be participating in the forthcoming One-Day International World Cup because he is scheduled to undergo surgery in the United Kingdom today for an injury that has already forced him to withdraw from the Asia Cup, which will also begin today.
After suffering an injury to his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) during the one-day international series against Afghanistan a month ago, the 29-year-old left for London early in the morning on the previous Monday. He arrived safely in London.
Earlier, it was disclosed that the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) will make a decision regarding the player’s care based on the results of his initial visit with medical professionals in the UK, which would determine whether the player would undergo conservative therapy or an operation.
“Yes, Ebadot is currently undergoing surgery,” the veterinarian said. Dr. Debashish Chowdhury, the chief physician for the BCB, verified this information to The Daily Star today. He stated that “we will work out a rehabilitation plan for him after the operation.”
In addition, Debashish stated that the player will not be available for the One-Day International World Cup that will be held in India between October and November. It is possible that his recovery will take at least half a year.
Since he had to have surgery, there is not a whole lot more that we can do for him at this point. “As you are aware, it will take some time for you to get better,” Debashish continued.