Bangladesh opening batsman Tamim Iqbal is flying to Australia for his knee injury which he suffered during Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League’s first phase matches earlier this month.
According to cricinfo, BCB sports physician, Dr. Debashis ChowdhuTry has informed that the batsman has suffered from grade one meniscus tear on his left knee.
Chowdhury has also informed that Tamim will be meeting Melbourne-based orthopedic surgeon Dr. David Young on Monday to consult over his injury and then it will be decided about Tamim about the next step of his treatment.
25 years old Tamim is one of the most important player for Bangladesh for World Cup which just one and half month remaining will fly to Melbourne on Friday. So his recovery is very important for Bangladesh team.
Tamim has played 135 ODIs for Bangladesh and has scored 3971 runs with an average of 29.85 and four centuries and 27 half centuries.