Despite having an eye ailment, Shakib will still play cricket

Despite having an eye ailment, Shakib will still play cricket

Shakib ul Hasan has been identified as having a retinal disease in his left eye. It is believed that his illness won’t likely prevent him from playing competitive cricket. Because he is schedule to play on January 26 for the Rangpur Riders in the BPL against the Khulna Tigers.

According to a BCB press release, Shakib visited an eye specialist in Singapore earlier this week after reporting vision problems.

“Shakib has been complaining of subtle issues with his left eye,” BCB senior physician Dr Debashis Chowdhury said. “After consulting ophthalmologists in Bangladesh and abroad and after multiple eye assessments, it was confirm that he is suffering from extrafoveal Central Serous Chorioretinopathy (CSR) of the left eye.

It has been determine that for the time being, the issue will be manage cautiously. CSR is a retinal disorder that causes abnormalities in vision. The medical staff supervising Shakib’s case is hopeful that a conservative approach will enable effective condition management.”

Shakib played his first game for the Riders in two months following his finger injury sustained during the 2023 ODI World Cup against Fortune Barishal in the season’s opening match. He finished with two for sixteen, but the Riders lost by five wickets.

Shakib Ul Hasan Career Records

Cricket player Shakib Al Hasan represents the Bangladeshi national team. He Al Hasan turned 37 in 2024. He was born on March 24, 1987. All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, who hails from Magura, Khulna, bowls orthodoxly and bats left-handed.

Shakib Al Hasan has participated in 66 Test matches thus far in his career, amassing 4,454 runs at an average of 39 runs. Throughout his Test career, Shakib Al Hasan has struck 539 fours and 27 sixes.He scored 87 runs off 94 balls in his most recent Test match, which took place in April 2023 at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur, Bangladesh. He has participated in 247 matches during his ODI career.

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