Shakib’s South Africa Tour could be Cut Short as Family Members Hospitalised in Dhaka

According to former Bangladesh national team captain and current selector Habibul Bashar, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is aware of the situation and is willing to help Shakib in whichever way possible. 

Shakib Al Hasan’s participation in the remaining games in South Africa is in doubt due to the hospitalization of some of the all-family rounder’s members in Dhaka.

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is aware of the issue, according to former Bangladesh national team captain and current selector Habibul Bashar, and is eager to assist Shakib in any manner necessary.

Shirin Akhtar, Shakib’s mother, is in Evercare hospital with a heart condition, while his two children and son are also there with fever and pneumonia.

Shakib’s mother-in-law is also undergoing treatment for cancer at CMH, and their health will determine whether Shakib will continue on the tour or return to Dhaka.

“Shakib is yet to make a decision. He keeps track of his family members on a regular basis. He will decide whether to stay here or return to Dhaka in the near future “According to Bashar, who spoke to The Business Standard.

“The BCB will always be on the cricketers’ side in such situations, and we are with Shakib. Everything hinges on how his family members do, whether they heal or deteriorate. On Monday, we’ll make a choice “Bashar went on to say.

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