Anamul may miss out England face-off
6 March 2015, Nirapad News: Bangladesh opening batsman Anamul Haque Bijoy has suffered a total separation of his right shoulder but it was too early to determine how long he would be out of action, the team said on Thursday.
Haque suffered the injury in the 31st over of Scotland’s innings of 318 for eight in their World Cup Pool A clash at Saxton Oval in Nelson.
The 22-year-old dived to stop a ball on the boundary and got to his feet with his right arm hanging limply by his side. He left the field and went to hospital for scans.
“Anamul has been diagnosed with a right AC joint strain, grade three,” Bangladesh Cricket Board media manager Rabeed Imam told to the press in Nelson after Bangladesh scored 322 for four to record a six-wicket victory.
A Grade Three injury results in a dislocation of the shoulder joint and typically can take up to three months of rehabilitation if the person does not require surgery.