BCB not to allow Mustafiz in overseas T20 leagues for next two years
Bangladesh Cricket Board president said that BCB will not allow Mustafizur Rahman to participate in the franchise based Twenty20 tournament abroad for next two years to avoid recurrent injuries.
Nazmul announced the decision at his home town when his attention was drawn regarding the ongoing series against West Indies and what areas they need to work on for making turn around
The BCB president thinks the pace is not being able to give his best performance to the national team. Mustafiz received toe injury while playing for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL) this year.
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Mustafizur’s budding career has been hampered by frequent injuries which in turn has also seen him miss several crucial series for the national team. So far Mustafizur Rahman has played only ten Tests, 27 ODIs and 24 T20Is for Bangladesh.
The national cricket team’s poor performance in Test matches in West Indies has also prompted the BCB boss to take the decision.
Mustafiz missed the series against Afghanistan and Test series against West Indies as he picked injury while playing for Mumbai Indians in the last edition of Indian Premier League.’