Bangladesh’s Shakib al Hasan takes rest following medical procedure to expel discharge from his left little finger at Apollo Hospital in Dhaka.
Shakib al Hasan needed immediate surgery and the cricketer was forced to go under the doctor’s knife at Apollo Hospital Thursday.
Ace Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib al Hasan’s injury to his left little-finger – which rendered him unable to even grip a bat and forced him to leave the Asia Cup and return to Dhaka – needed immediate surgery and the cricketer was forced to go under the doctor’s knife at Apollo Hospital Thursday.
He gave an update on the situation via his verified Facebook page.
“When I returned back home from the Asia Cup due to pain and swelling on my injured finger, I hadn’t realized the situation had gotten so bad. Because of this, I had to get admitted to the hospital, where doctors performed emergency surgery, to get rid of 70-80 ml of pus,” Shakib wrote.
“Because of all your prayers and well wishes, I have been saved from much greater danger. I will need another surgery very quickly though. Please keep me in your prayers and well wishes so that I can make a full recovery and return to the national team as soon as possible,” the left-arm all-rounder added.