Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman hospitalised after blow to head | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Experienced Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman on Sunday was taken to hospital after he suffered a blow to the head during a Comilla Victorians practice session at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Dhaka.
Rahman suffered a hit on his head by Litton Das during a training session ahead of a Bangladesh Premier League match.
The 28-year-old fell to the ground after he was hit by the ball on the left side of his head.
The incident took place as the Victorians were preparing for their upcoming fixture against Sylhet Strikers.
Comilla Victorians’ physio Zahidul Islam said that there was an open wound on Rahman’s head after he suffered the injury.
However, the subsequent CT scans cleared 28-year-old Rahman of any internal injuries.
“During practice, a ball hit directly at the left parietal area (head) of Mustafizur Rahman. There was an open wound at his parietal area and we have worked with compression bandage to stop bleeding and immediately shifted him to Imperial hospital,” a BCB media release stated.
The Victorians are scheduled to play Sylhet Strikers in the BPL on Monday, and they are currently placed second on the table with 14 points from nine games behind Rangpur Riders (16 points).
(With inputs from agencies)

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